Former Blackburn striker Alan Shearer has said he would be open to talks about becoming the club's manager.
Shearer scored 131 goals in four years at Blackburn, following a record £3.6m move from Southampton, and helped them win the Premier League title in 1995.
Speaking on BBC's Football Focus, the 42-year-old said: "Have they tried to speak to me? No. Have I tried to speak to them? No.
"With my history at Blackburn, I would speak to them absolutely."
He added: "It's a strange one at Blackburn, I'm sure they had a plan with Steve Kean but it's now a tough situation. Whoever they appoint, they have to make sure it is the right choice.
"I think things would have to change whoever goes in at Blackburn."
Shearer, who also scored 30 goals in 63 England appearances, formed a formidable partnership with Chris Sutton at Rovers, scoring a Premier League record 34 goals in the title-winning season.
However, he has only had one previous coaching role since retiring from playing for Newcastle at the end of the 2005-06 campaign.
Shearer swapped working as a pundit on the BBC's Match of the Day to take over at Newcastle for the final eight games of the 2008-09 Premier League season while permanent manager Joe Kinnear recovered from heart surgery.
However, he was unable to stop United from being relegated and with Kinnear unfit to return to work, Chris Hughton was promoted from the coaching staff to take over as manager.
In June 2011, Shearer confirmed that he had unsuccessful talks with Cardiff over their then vacant managerial post, which was eventually awarded to Malky Mackay.
Kean quit as the Championship club's manager eight days ago, with his assistant Eric Black taking charge on a caretaker basis.