Ryan Giggs has been interviewed for the vacant Wales job, according to a report.
Ryan Giggs yet to hold down a permanent managerial position since retiring in 2014, is understood to be one of three names in the frame to succeed Chris Coleman.
Football Association of Wales chiefs are also keen to speak to 78-cap former international Craig Bellamy, while Coleman’s right-hand man Osian Roberts is an outside choice.
Giggs is the first person to be formally spoken to, however, with the Daily Mail claiming that talks took place on Friday morning.
Former United winger Giggs recently declared his interest in the position, which became vacant in November when Coleman opted to step aside to return to club management with Sunderland.