According to reports, Mauricio Pochettino has kept in touch with Manchester United "secretly and discreetly" in case he "frees himself" from PSG.
In the Premier League, the 49-year-old has previously managed Southampton and Tottenham Hotspur.
Pochettino made an impression at both clubs, leading Spurs to the Champions League final in 2018/19.
He departed Tottenham in November 2019 after a streak of bad outcomes. When he took over at PSG at the start of last year, he returned to management.
While at Tottenham, Pochettino was heavily linked with Manchester United. During his time at PSG, these reports have continued.
Ralf Rangnick replaced Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at Manchester United in December. Until the summer, the German is expected to be in control.
Pochettino has "secretly and quietly kept communication with Manchester United," according to French magazine Le Parisien (as cited by Canal Supporters).
This has been done “in case he manages to free himself from his contract in Paris next summer”.
Pochettino and Ajax manager Erik ten Hag are both being "considered" by Man Utd, according to the source. PSG will want Zinedine Zidane if Argentinian leaves, according to reports.
“The club just feels like it’s in a mess, player, staff and manager wise.
“Who wants to come into this club? It feels like a right mess. It does feel poisonous.”
Scholes singled out Harry Maguire, Victor Lindelof, and Marcus Rashford as three players who still have a lot to prove at Manchester United. "There has to come a moment where you think, 'Are these players good enough?'" the former Manchester United midfielder added.
“We know [Cristiano] Ronaldo, [Paul] Pogba, [Raphael] Varane, [Nemanja] Matic have great experience and won trophies but the rest of the squad haven’t proven themselves to be good enough to win anything.
“Some of these players have had a lot of games now. Marcus Rashford, he’s had a lot of games, are we ever going to see these lads reach their potential?
“Are they ever going to be good enough to win trophies? [Harry] Maguire, is he good enough? [Victor] Lindelof, is he good enough?
“We keep saying how good they are but they are failing to produce what is required on the pitch.”