Incoming Manchester United manager David Moyes met up with Sir Alex Ferguson and United stalwart Ryan Giggs on Monday, with the midfielder set to be offered a coaching role at the club, according to the Daily
The three met at a Cheshire hotel with Giggs believed to be in the pipeline to join Moyes’ coaching staff after 22 seasons as a player with United. Giggs has previously been reported to be open to the possibility of going into management and also became the first man to earn his coaching badges whilst still playing.
The Mail also understands that the future of Wayne Rooney was another topic under discussion between the trio. The striker, who did not feature in Sunday’s match against Swansea, has demanded a transfer for the second time in his United career and there was limited acknowledgement between Rooney and Ferguson during the Premier League trophy presentation after the match.
“I don’t think Wayne was keen to play simply because he’s asked for a transfer,” Ferguson said. With reported interest from Chelsea and Paris St Germain in the 27-year-old, keeping hold of Rooney will be one of Moyes’ biggest early tasks as United boss.
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