The Leicester City boss is shortlisted as one of the candidates to replace Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
The Red Devils have been lacklustre this season and the 5-0 humiliation against Liverpool added more pressure on the Norwegian gaffer.
Reports are stating that Man Utd could sack Solskjaer before the weekend’s Premier League fixture against Tottenham, with managers like Zinedine Zidane and Antonio Conte being linked to Old Trafford.
Leicester City boss Brendan Rodgers is another name on the wishlist, but according to City Xtra, the Northern Irish gaffer is not interested in taking over at Old Trafford and would rather prefer a move to cross-town rivals Manchester City.
Rodgers has made the Foxes a force to reckon with since taking over them in 2018. He has led Leicester to a fifth-place finish in the Premier League over the last two seasons, losing the Champions League spot by a whisker. He also proved the critics wrong by making a seamless transition from Celtic to the English top-flight.
Leicester had a struggling start to this season but the three consecutive wins against Man Utd, Spartak Moscow and Brentford have increased their morale.
While Rodgers’ dream turns out to be managing Man City, reigning manager Pep Guardiola is unlikely to leave the Etihad anytime sooner.
The Spaniard is tied to a contract until 2023 and he wants to win the long-evading Champions League before calling it a time with the Sky Blues.