Former Manchester United defender, Nemanja Vidic could make a sensational return to Old Trafford as part of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s coaching set-up.
According to reports, it is understood that the Serbian and Manchester United legend has been offered the chance to manage the Under-23s who have been without a manager for some time.
Vidic’s close friend and manager of Serbian side FK Vojvodina, Nenad Laltovic, revealed the offer and has encouraged him not to shy away from the offer.
Laltovic told Elta TV: “Vidic lives in Milan and he is currently considering coaching, he is not yet sure. He was already offered to run Manchester United B.
“But he has not decided yet. I’m supporting him being a coach at Manchester United, as then there is a chance for him to take over the first team in the future.”
The job has been vacant since the end of last May when Ricky Sbragia left the club after the U-23s finished sixth in League Two.
The Old Trafford club has identified two other candidates for the vacancy with former midfielder Quinton Fortune also thought to be in the running.