Wales wide man has been with the club his whole career.
Veteran Manchester United midfield player Ryan Giggs could be offered a coaching role at Old Trafford by incoming Red Devils manager David Moyes when the Welshman finally decides to hang up his boots, reports the Daily Mirror.
Giggs, 39, has just agreed another new one-year contract with the newly-crowned Premier League champions that will see the wide man feature in Moyes’s debut campaign in the north west.
However, it is expected that next season will be Giggs’s last in a United shirt after what will have been 24 years at the club and then the winger will call it quits so as to be able to take up a coaching role with United under new boss Moyes.
Giggs, who is already taking his coaching badges, has won a record-breaking 13 top-flight titles with the club, as well as two Uefa Champions League and four FA Cup winners’ medals while featuring in 940 games for United.