Sir Alex Ferguson will leave Manchester United after next season and Inter manager Jose Mourinho will be the one that replaces him.
The Scotland native could end his legendary managerial run at Old Trafford after what would be his 25th season with United.
Ferguson, who will turn 69 in December, took United in November of 1986 and has enjoyed immense success, winning 11 Premier League titles and the Champions League twice during his time with the Red Devils.
With Ferguson set to step down United have already lined up a successor in Mourinho, according to the Daily Star.
The former Chelsea manager led Inter to a Serie A title last year and into the semi-finals of the Champions League so far this year, but the Portuguese has been yearning to return to the Premier League.
Ferguson and his United squad currently sit one point behind Chelsea with four games remaining. Should the Red Devils win another Premier League title this season it would mark Ferguson’s 12th with the club and his 19th trophy overall.