Giggs: I may have played my last game for United
Ryan Giggs has said he may not play again, amid uncertainty over his future at Manchester United.
With speculation growing that Louis van Gaal will be appointed as the new manager at Old Trafford in the coming days, Giggs’s position is in doubt.
The interim manager insists he will wait until the end of the season to assess what happens next.
“The way I’m thinking is I’m enjoying it and my concentration is on tomorrow and then the remaining two games,” Giggs said ahead of the match with Sunderland.
“I’ve got a decision to make to decide whether or not I want to continue playing so there is no point thinking do I want to be an assistant or a manager somewhere else.
“There are so many things to think about. I’m just concentrating on what I’m doing at the moment because it’s taking up a lot of my time.
“My concentration isn’t on next season, it’s on this season.
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