Manchester United legend, Ryan Giggs is set to leave the club after a 29 year-old association with the club. According to reports, he made the decision after he turned down a reduced coaching role by new boss, Jose Mourinho. It is believed that Giggs will announce his departure from the club after meeting Mourinho on Monday as the club begins preparations for the new season.
The Welsh was an assistant manager under Louis Van Gaal but he will not be continuing in the same position as Rui Faria, Mourinho’s assistant will be taking over.
The 42-year-old joined United as a 14-year-old in 1987 made a club-record of 963 appearances won 13 league titles and two European Cups, before finishing his career in 2014. He will join ITV as a pundit for the Euro 2016.