Manchester United's owners the Glazers have arrived in the UK for talks on who should replace David Moyes as manager, according to The Guardian.
Co-chairmen Joel and Avram and director Brian Glazer have flown in to pick up the pieces from a tumultuous week at Old Trafford that started with United's 2-0 loss at Everton and culminated with the sacking of Moyes and appointment of stalwart Ryan Giggs as interim boss.
The brothers, who front the family's ownership of the club, are expected to discuss the merits of potential successors, including the favourite Louis Van Gaal and Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti.
The trio are expected to be present at Saturday's home match against Norwich City, one that looked likely to be a non-event for United before Giggs was named temporary manager.
Supporters have given the Glazers a rough time since the family assumed a controlling stake in the club in 2005, with some pointing the finger at the Americans for not backing the club heavily enough in the transfer market and saddling United with more than £500m of debt.