5. Brendan Rodgers
The Northern Irishman’s appointment would certainly be a controversial one given his Liverpool past.
But Rodgers’ record at Leicester City speaks for itself, with the Foxes on the brink of a shock Champions League return.
They sit 14 points above Manchester United in a solid third place in the Premier League standings. It really is a testament to Rodgers’ capabilities as a coach in taking the lowly Leicester so high up.
Question is, though, would he want to go to Old Trafford?