Guardiola or me better for Man United than Mourinho - Cantona

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"What's coming out of Manchester United PR-wise is something you expect from a club five or six levels below - it's not top-level PR", Parker told talkSPORT.

Despite starting all four Premier League games so far this season, the France international's relationship with Mourinho remains the subject of speculation.

The Red Devils have endured a tough start to the 2018-2019 season, and Terry believes Mourinho's men will battle it out for fouth spot while Manchester City, Chelsea and Liverpool finish in the top three.

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"They will win things, I know they will".

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"It's just that I think Guardiola should be at United".

But the way they play?

United have one of the best managers in the world but Mourinho hasn't been able to get the best out of his current crop of players.

"Well, except for me", adds Cantona.

"I would like to coach and if they called me I would go". Then we would play creative football once again.

Cantona received a hero's welcome at Old Trafford in June when he played in the Soccer Aid charity match, and he said there would be no chance of defensive football if he was ever asked to take charge of United.

"It would be great for the fans, like it was with Alex Ferguson - he allowed players to be creative, treated them as individuals".