MK Dons will check on the availability of Ryan Giggs before choosing their next manager to replace Karl Robinson.
The League One strugglers – who languish 20th in the table – are looking for a replacement for Karl Robinson, who was axed after more than six years at the helm.
It is reported that chairman Pete Winkelman is keen to bring in a big name to help lift spirits after a disastrous season.
Winkelman has previously employed Paul Ince and Roberto Di Matteo and would like to see if Giggs would consider starting his career there with the former Manchester United idol having withdrawn any interest in Wigan Athletic.
Another candidate is former MK Dons player Paul Mitchell who is better known for his successful work as the Head of Recruitment and Southampton and Tottenham.
Though Mitchell hasn’t worked as a first-team manager before, Winkelman won’t rule candidates out on that criteria feeling an injection energy is important after the club seemed to go stale under Robinson following relegation from The Championship in May.