Brendan Rogers shut down circulating about replacing as Manchester United boss.

The 48-year-old Northern Irish coach is in his third year as coach of .

“Man Utd links? Firstly, it's really disrespectful for you to ask the question when there is a manager in place – a good manager and a good man who is working at the club,” Rogers told Sky.

“Secondly, I can't comment on it because it's not real.

“I'm happy and proud to be Leicester manager. I'm fully committed to this club, players, ownership. All the other noise around is something we can't control, it's frustrating to see these rumors. I'm Leicester City manager.”

It's no surprise that talk of sacking Ole Gunnar Solskjaer continues to simmer. Manchester City whacked the Red Devils 2-0 at Old Trafford just before the international break, placing United one place behind table-risers Arsenal.

There are rumors that the Norwegian boss has already lost the dressing room, with superstar Ronaldo calling for Zidane to come and reignite a team of underperformers.

Ajax boss Erik Ten Hag also remains linked to United's managerial position. “I don't know Ten Hag personally but he's doing a fantastic job at Ajax, “ said legendary Red Devils player Rio Ferdinand on FIVE‘s Youtube channel.

“Let's remember that Ajax isn't a small club. The expectation levels there every day are to win. That's something that would be there if he has to come to Manchester United.”

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