Ole Gunnar Solskjær's time as Manchester United manager is over and the club are on the lookout for a new manager first as an interim until the end of the season before appointing a permanent manager.
Cristiano Ronaldo reportedly favours two managers: former Barcelona and current Spain boss Luis Enrique and former Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane whom Ronaldo worked with at Real Madrid and won the UEFA Champions League with.
Luis Enrique played for both Barcelona and Real Madrid as a player but has only managed Barcelona. He had a win percentage of 76.24 as Barcelona manager and won nine trophies including the La Liga and UEFA Champions League titles.
Zinedine Zidane has managed Real Madrid in two stints, in his first spell he had 70% win percentage and during his second spell had a 60% win percentage, he won 11 trophies with Real Madrid including three consecutive UEFA Champions League titles.
Enrique and Zidane are obviously top class managers who would do better with the Manchester United squad than what Ole Gunnar Solskjær did.