Ryan Giggs is reportedly set to end his 29-year association with Manchester United. The 42-year-old served as the assistant manager under Louis van Gaal and despite being offered a revised role by new boss Jose Mourinho, Giggs plans to quit the club.
The former United winger recently returned home early from a holiday in Dubai to hold talks with the club about his potential role. However, it appears those talks have proven to be fruitless and Giggs will pursue his coaching career elsewhere, according to The Mirror.
Prior to Mournho’s appointment, Giggs had been widely touted as the next United manager, despite his lack of experience. It is now thought he will consider managerial offers in bid to further his long-term ambition of leading United, his boyhood club.