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Sir Alex Ferguson would have 'assisted' Man Utd next manager candidate if he got job

Manchester United Treble hero Teddy Sheringham believes Sir Alex Ferguson would've helped Kieran McKenna if he was given the reins at Old Trafford.

Ipswich Town boss McKenna, 38, was strongly linked to the United job, despite Erik ten Hag currently remaining in the post. McKenna's representatives reportedly held talks with new United chief executive Omar Berrada and technical director Jason Wilcox.

However, the Northern Irishman, who was also linked to Chelsea and Brighton and Hove Albion, decided to remain at Ipswich. He went on to sign a new four-year contract with the club he has taken from League One to the Premier League within three years.

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While McKenna is familiar with United having worked as part of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's team, it would have been a huge step-up for the young coach. Yet, had he been given the job, Sheringham believes Ferguson would have stepped in to assist McKenna in areas where he could have added value.

Speaking to Genting Casino, Sheringham said: “I think it would’ve been very early for Kieran McKenna to take the Manchester United job. We’re talking about one of the biggest football clubs in the world.

“You could've dressed it up by making him a head coach rather than a manager but you’ll still be in charge of one of the biggest clubs in the world. It should be a well run machine but it’s faltering at the moment and it needs to be put on the right track.

“If McKenna did get the United job then I’m sure he’d have had some help from Sir Alex Ferguson. Overall I would say it was early