Former Lyon manager Rudi Garcia has reacted to reports leading him to become Manchester United interim boss.
Man United are searching for an experienced manager to act as interim manager after the sacking of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Manchester United parted ways with the Norwegian last weekend following the club’s embarrassing 4-1 defeat to Watford plus failing to arrest United’s run of dire performances.
Michael Carrick managed the first team against Villarreal on Tuesday night in the Champions League and fetched out a comfortable 2-0 win in Spain. The win qualified United to the round of 16.
Despite the club recording a comfortable win under Carrick, the Red Devils are still actively searching for an experienced manager to replace Solskjaer temporarily and Garcia has been linked to the club.
Rudi Garcia distanced himself away from Manchester United interim rumours The French manager distanced himself away from the reports and made it clear that he neither confirmed nor denied the rumours.
“I am not used to commenting on rumours in my career,” Garcia told GFFN when asked about the Manchester United interim manager rumours.
“I will say nothing on the subject. I neither confirm nor deny.”