As reported by ESPN,
“I’ve been at (United) for so long that I’m familiar with the club, but if I want to further my coaching career or managing career and if it’s not at Manchester United, then so be it. I’ll just have to wait and see. Taking over at Man United is not something I’m thinking of. I’m learning all the time. The more I learn the better prepared I am for whatever I do, wherever that may be,” he said.
Manchester United manager Louis Van Gaal was full of praise for his No.2, suggesting he would be the perfect fit to replace him when he leaves the club, but Giggs is clearly thinking differently and would happily work his way up to the top the hard way.
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