However, only initial contact between the teams has so far been confirmed with United still yet to set in stone the future of their most commercially attractive asset.
"If Manchester [United] need a coach, I'm the man to do it", Maradona said in an interview with FourFourTwo magazine.
Their form in the final part of the 2018-19 season, though, just two wins from 12 games in all competitions, has led to increased speculation over the suitability of Solskjaer for the role. "People have their own style and the way they go about things and people need to realize he is a world class player", Bosnich told RT Sport over Skype from his native Australia.
The controversial Argentinian has endured a mixed managerial career, leading his country to the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.
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Bosnich is disappointed to see the World Cup victor becoming a scapegoat, with there being every reason to believe that Pogba, Romelu Lukaku and David de Gea can play leading roles in an exciting future if they can be kept happy and given prominent roles in which to flourish.
United have not won the title since Sir Alex Ferguson retired in 2013 and Maradona, coaching Dorados in the Mexican second division, believes he is the man to change their fortunes.
"He had a very good first season in the Premier League, he's English which is a huge attraction to any Premier League team, he could add that creativity in midfield. And basically I say to you if I got rid of Paul Pogba, how much money am I going to get for him and who am I going to replace him with, because that won't be easy".
The former Argentina forward also had a dig at the club's record signing: "With United I liked Ander Herrera".