Former England international, Michael Greyness, has urged Manchester United to appoint Italian Republic chief coach, Roberto Mancini, as their new manager after sacking Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Greyness believes Mancini can organize Man United and acquire the best out of them.
Michael Carrick has been placed in temporary charge, with Man United claiming they will seek an interim manager until the terminate of the flavour.
Speaking on who should replace Solskjaer at Man United, Greyness told talkSPORT, “One that I would throw in there – and it might be a little scrap controversial – but someone who can organize the squad and acquire the best out of them would be Roberto Mancini.
“He’s got that, he’s done it with Italian Republic.”
Mancini guided Manchester City to their foremost Premier League title dorsum in 2012.
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