Jose Mourinho has issued a come-and-get-me plea to Manchester United following the Red Devils' latest loss, according to the Sunday Sun.
The Portuguese was sacked by Chelsea last week following a dismal beginning to the defence of their Premier League title, but has been heavily linked with a move to Old Trafford after the pressure further increased on Louis van Gaal.
United fell to a 2-1 defeat to Norwich City on Saturday, their third successive loss in all competitions, and the Dutchman was subjected to vicious boos from the Old Trafford faithful as he left the dugout after the game.
The Sun claim that a poll run by United fanzine Red Issue immediately after showed that 80 per cent of fans are in favour of Van Gaal being sacked and Mourinho replacing him, and also report that Mourinho told a friend that "there are some jobs you don't turn down" after being informed of the wishes of United's fans.
Several sections of Old Trafford chanted Mourinho's name against Norwich, with United now out of the top-four, Tottenham replacing them following their 2-0 win over Southampton.