Manchester United’s board have drawn up a shortlist of four managers as potential replacements for Ole Solskjaer, the UK Sun reports.
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But Antonio Conte and Zinedine Zidane are both leading the race.
The Norwegian future is the subject of intense speculation, following a 5-0 thrashing in the hands of Liverpool on Sunday.
Solskjaer may just be in his final days as Manchester United boss.
Red Devils have drawn up a four-man shortlist of potential successors including the out-of-work pair Conte and Zidane, as well as Rodgers and Ten Hag, who they would need to lure away from their current clubs.
Manchester United chiefs are said to have told a prominent agent to get in contact with several leading managerial names to discern their contract demands and vision for United if they took over.
The club are however reluctant to sack Solskjaer, having handed him a three-year contract extension in July.
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