Jose Mourinho will learn from Louis van Gaal’s experience and deliver exciting football at Manchester United should he become manager, says club legend Paul Scholes.
Converses with convey Mourinho to Old Trafford have entered a second day.
Van Gaal was sacked on Monday, two days subsequent to winning the FA Cup.
“The fans at Man United interest captivating football and I’m certain Mourinho will come and attempt and give it,” said previous midfielder Scholes.
Van Gaal drove United to fifth spot in the Premier League yet was condemned for his absence of assaulting football, with the group just scoring 49 association objectives this season.
Scholes, who won 11 alliance titles and two Champions Leagues amid a 20-year profession at Old Trafford, was among Van Gaal’s faultfinders, guaranteeing United were disconnected and played exhausting football under the 64-year-old.
He additionally addressed whether the previous Netherlands, Barcelona and Bayern Munich manager truly comprehended the “ethos of the club”.
“I think Mourinho will have watched that intently and will have seen what happened,” Scholes, 41, told BBC Surrey. “He’s a top director, he’s demonstrated that before and ideally he can do that once more.”
Scholes additionally said he was idealistic previous colleague Ryan Giggs, who was collaborator director under Van Gaal, will stay at Old Trafford.
“I believe it’s critical that there’s some type of congruity,” he said. “Ideally despite everything he’ll be at the club, ideally as yet working with the primary group.
“He knows the club back to front, he’s been there for about 30 years now.”
The approaching arrangement of previous Chelsea supervisor Mourinho has drawn a blended response from previous United players.
Ex-goalkeeper Peter Schmeichel says the Portuguese “could spare” the club, while Hull City manager Steve Bruce trusts the chance to acquire the three-time Premier League champ was “just too great to miss”.
In any case, Old Trafford legend Eric Cantona told the Guardian his previous club ought to have gone for Pep Guardiola, who will join Manchester City.
Cantona, who praised his 50th birthday this week, said he “cherished” Mourinho yet asserted the style of football he plays is “not Manchester United”.