Paul Scholes believes Ryan Giggs’ possible departure from Manchester United would be a “sad” day for the club.
Giggs, who was assistant manager to the now sacked Louis van Gaal, is stuck in limbo over his future at Old Trafford, with impending new boss Jose Mourinho not wanting the former United winger as his deputy.
“If he left the club I think it would be very sad,” Scholes told Sky Sports News HQ.
“He’s been there 20-odd years and knows the place inside-out, how the club works and what kind of football is expected. It would be really disappointing if he did leave.”