Brendan Rodgers has shown at Liverpool and Celtic that he is more than capable of managing Manchester United, says former Chelsea defender Jason Cundy.
Rodgers spent three years as Liverpool chief between 2012 and 2015, almost taking the Reds to their first time in history. Premier League title.
His next job was at Celtic, where he earned seven great honors over a three-year period.
The Northern Irishman left the Glasgow giants earlier this year to return to the Premier League with Leicester City.
The Foxes started the season strongly, currently occupying third place in the table after seven matches.
And with United struggling, Cundy suggested that Rodgers would do a better job than the current Red Devils boss. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
He says the 46-year experience at Liverpool and Celtic would keep him in a good position.
"Clearly, the team [Man Utd] is not good enough," Cundy told talkSPORT.
"But you saw Brendan get in there and change Leicester, he had an impact.
“Brendan is the worst scream in the world for Manchester United?
"Look at the work he's doing right now, see how he has absolutely all the players on Leicester's team … he's getting exactly what he wants from them, which they bought from him.
“And Brendan got it Celtic and Liverpool – if you can manage these two football clubs and do a decent job, do a very good job, obviously he was brilliant at Celtic, but it came close to winning the Premier League with Liverpool, you're telling me he didn't Could I do a better job than Ole now?
"I'll tell you what he could."
United are in 10th place in the Premier League table, their worst season start in 30 years.
The Solskjaer team have won just two of their seven matches.