- Brendan Rodgers has been tipped by former Chelsea defender Jason Cundy to takeover from Solskjaer at Man United
- Leicester City are currently off to a flying start in the Premier League as they placed third on the table
- Man United are struggling to hit top form in the league and have only managed to gather nine points from seven matches
Brendan Rodgers has been tagged as favourite to replace Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as Manchester United manager, according to ex-Chelsea defender Jason Cundy.
The Red Devils have been struggling to hit top form this season and are currently tenth on the Premier League table from seven matches.
United have only managed to earn nine points in as many games and recently drew 1-1 with Arsenal at Old Trafford.
But Leicester City are having a fine season under Rodgers and are behind Liverpool and Manchester City with 14 points.
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The Foxes thrashed Newcastle 5-0 at the King Power Stadium in their last outing and have looked like finishing strongly this campaign.
Cundy tipped Rodgers to be the next manager at old Trafford: "You've seen Brendan go in there and change Leicester. Is Brendan the worst shout in the world for Manchester United?
"Look at the job he is doing right now; look how he has got them playing. Every single player in that Leicester team is doing exactly what he wants – they have bought into him.
"If you can manage those two football clubs and do a decent job – obviously he was brilliant at Celtic – are you telling me he couldn't do a better job than Ole right now? Because I am telling you: he could," he told talkSPORT.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Paul Pogba has reportedly demanded for an outrageous £30million-per-year new deal with Man United to remain at Old Trafford.
According to Italian news media outlet Tuttosport, the French midfielder wants his current wages doubled to stay with the Red Devils.
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