Guardiola had expressed admiration for the unyielding spirit characteristic of the British teams.
Sir Alex Ferguson recently celebrated his 70th anniversary and have not shown signs of retiring, but officials at Old Trafford was exploring the possibility of bringing so-called Pep Guardiola as the successor of the most successful manager in the UK.
Jose Mourinho's arrival scheme which will be followed by the return of Cristiano Ronaldo impressed by a dream despite the 'Special One never expressed a desire to train the players of the caliber of Wayne Roone.
Meanwhile, The Daily Express claimed a source close to Sir Alex told the Scottish architect prefers Guardiola and has conducted the initial communication.
Guardiola that carries the style of beautiful football plus a strong character to achieve the highest possible achievements like Fergie, of course, tempting the hearts of United's top brass.
At other times, Guardiola had expressed admiration for the unyielding spirit characteristic of the British teams.
"They are honest, aggressive and never look for a draw," said Guardiola.
"Inside the stadium, you can breathe pure air football. Until now I still remember the first time set foot in Old Trafford, was incredible."