Scholes will bid farewell to the club for the second, and arguably last time.
Manchester United midfielder Paul Scholes is expected to join manager Sir Alex Ferguson in bidding an emotional farewell to the club at the end of the season, according to the Daily Mirror.
The 38-year-old has not featured for the club since January, but is expected to bow out against Swansea at Old Trafford on Sunday, marking his second retirement.
Having been an unused substitute against Chelsea last weekend, it is hoped that the midfielder will be fit enough to take to the pitch on Sunday to feature for one last time.
Scholes initially retired at the end of the 2011 campaign following United’s 19th title success, but returned to action just months later.
However, after 716 games and 155 goals for the club, despite a lack of an official announcement it is widely expected that he will bring an end to his playing career and take up a coaching role under new boss David Moyes next season.
The former England midfielder was widely recognised as one of the best of his generation, receiving praise from team-mates and rivals for his ability in the middle of the park.
He grew into a huge part of Ferguson’s dominance over the years, both domestically and in Europe, and will be held in high esteem amongst the United faithful.
Scholes will likely take a back-seat on Sunday given Ferguson’s announcement and final home game in charge of the club, but United remain in search of a genuine replacement to fill the void he will leave despite his reduced contribution in recent years.