Luis Enrique Finally Breaks Silence On Man United Job Offer Following Ole Solskjaer Sack

Enrique is currently in job with Spain National Team but Man United believe they can price him off his current work

Following Ole Solskjaer‘s sack, Man United are already hunting for replacement after announcing Carrick as caretaker.

Already the first name on their list, Pochettino appears not interested in leaving his current job at Paris Saint German, neither is the Parisians ready to part ways.

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United knowing that have turned to their number two option on the list, Spain’s Luis Enrique.

Reports earlier on from several sources has suggested Enrique is interested in managing Man United.

It’s said that the 51-year-old would love to manage Manchester United but it has turned out otherwise following his comments today.

Speaking on the Man United job links, Enrique said to La Sexta: “Is it April Fools’ Day today?”

Further pressed to comment on if he isn’t interested in going to a big team as Manchester United, Enrique delivered a careful response, saying; “I’m already in the biggest team in Spain with 5,000 players.”

United will have to turn to Zinedine Zidane who has already done well in the past with managing both Cristiano Ronaldo and Raphael Varane.

But the Frenchman will be a hard-to-get one after he disclosed he is more interested in waiting for the France National team job than rushing into a job at Old Trafford.

Another name which has been linked to the vacant position is Leicester City’s Brendan Rodgers although Rodgers has rubbish links saying; “No, not at all. I said in the week that it’s nothing, it wasn’t real and I spoke to our players on that. Absolutely nothing to do with it.”

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