Manchester United: Managers rule out vacancy at Old Trafford

A number of high profile managers across Europe have ruled themselves out of contention for the Manchester United vacancy, after David Moyes was sacked on Tuesday.

Carlo Ancelotti says he is "really happy" at Real Madrid; Pep Guardiola wants to stay "two more years" at Bayern Munich; Borussia Dortmund's Jurgen Klopp claims there "has not been an offer" from United; and Jose Mourinho insists he "does not want to leave" Chelsea.

Ryan Giggs has taken temporary charge of team affairs at Old Trafford, but Netherlands manager Louis van Gaal remains the odds-on favourite to succeed Moyes.