Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal says he will not discuss in public any transfer speculation concerning his squad. - Read full article Louis van Gaal assistant Ryan Giggs says Manchester United will try to strengthen in all areas of the pitch during the summer transfer window. - Read full article Napoli sporting director Cristiano […]
Louis van Gaal assistant Ryan Giggs says Manchester United will try to strengthen in all areas of the pitch during the summer transfer window. After a slow start to last season's campaign, the Red Devils enjoyed a very positive second half of the season which allowed them to finish in the top four. They will […]
Ryan Giggs says Manchester United are keen to add heavyweight names to the spine of their team in a bid to regain their place at the top of English football this season.
Welshman Giggs, assistant to Louis van Gaal, agrees with the manager’s assertion that United are close to competing for the top honors again after two lean campaigns following the departure of Sir Alex Ferguson...
In an exclusive interview, Ryan Giggs explains his ambition to be the best coach or manager he can be.
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Ryan Giggs is trading boots for suits.
Giggs retired as a Manchester United player on Monday, ending his legendary, 23-year playing career with the Red Devils. Giggs will remain with the club after accepting the position of assistant manager under newly appointed boss Louis van Gaal.
Giggs, 40, announced his retirement by posting an open letter to fans on Manchester United’s website...
Ryan Gigs is staying at Manchester United after all.
Giggs is set to become Louis van Gaal’s assistant manager once he accepts the Dutchman’s offer of a senior role on his staff, according to the Guardian.
“While Giggs could yet decide to refuse the offer from Van Gaal, if he did so this would represent a major surprise as the Welshman is keen to remain at Old Trafford,”...
Ryan Giggs’ tenure as Manchester United manager may not last long, but he gave a memorable, end-of-season address on Tuesday at Old Trafford.
Following his team’s 3-1 win against Hull City, Giggs thanked the Manchester United faithful for their continued support, promised “more success” in the future and assured them that the “good times” would soon return.
Gary Neville and Ryan Giggs have held talks with Salford City over a potential investment in the non-league club, it has emerged.
Giggs and Neville went on to win 38 major trophies between them after coming through the youth ranks at Manchester United , but both are now concerned about the dearth of young talent being produced at grassroots level.
The pair have therefore begun...