Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson, who turned 71 on New Year's Eve, has hinted he would stay as club's manager for next two or three season, shrugging off rumours that he is ready to hand over the realms to Jose Mourinho or Pep Guardiola.
Ferguson said he is hoping to stay for a bit of time and there is no one on the agenda, adding that it's very difficult, as names have been bandied about and football is precarious, the Sun reports.
The Scot said one could be talking about one of the potentially exciting young managers like Guardiola, Mourinho, David Moyes, but what these managers plan to do, no one is aware.
Ferguson also added that no one is assured where these managers would be after two-three years. (ANI)