David Moyes and his future as the head coach of Manchester United has been in risk since the midterm session of the season when the results and performances of the squad were completely different from the previous season when they managed on winning the Premier League.
Manchester United is well out of reach of securing the league title and instead they are just trying on landing a Europa League spot but even that seems to be out a bit far-fetched.
There are a few names that have been bouncing around as there is a list of managers which the staff of Manchester United is taking into consideration if Moyes is unable on finish the league on a high note.
Louis van Gaal and Roberto Mancini are some of the potential candidates that could replace David Moyes if the Scottish coach indeed gets sacked but Jurgen Klopp seems to be the man that is appearing to be the more likely option.
Jurgen Klopp has already experienced success with Borussia Dortmund as he won the Bundesliga on 2 consecutive years as well as securing a few more pieces of silverware along the way, and was tipped for the role by the allemagne portugal cote website.
During 2011 and 2012, Klopp was also awarded with the German Football Manager of the Year award.
Bayern Munich is currently running past everyone and everything in their path as they have already won the German league but considering the financial budget that exists between the club of Jurgen Klopp and Pep Guardiola, it’s understandable on why Dortmund has had to settle with a 2nd place spot in the Bundesliga.
Last summer Manchester United gambled by placing David Moyes in charge of the club and the results have been less than disappointing, the question emerges on whether or not they will continue with Moyes or will they choose to go with a coach who has already been crowned as a champion.