Ryan Giggs and Manchester United's Class of 92 coaches frustrated at lack of clarity over their positions ahead of van Gaal appointment
Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs considering offer to be Louis van Gaal's assistant manager but wants to hear first on future of Nicky Butt, Paul Scholes and Phil Neville
Ryan Giggs and his Manchester United coaches are believed to be growing increasingly disappointed and frustrated about a lack of communication and clarity in relation to their positions at the club.
Executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward said on Thursday that a managerial appointment will be announced in "due course". Louis van Gaal, the Holland coach, is already in position to take charge of the club.
Van Gaal has agreed to succeed Moyes, who was sacked last month, on a three-year contract which will commence following the end of his commitments with his country at the World Cup.
A delay in resolving the coaching futures of Nicky Butt, Paul Scholes and Phil Neville has held up the confirmation of Van Gaal’s appointment, however, with Giggs understood to be considering an offer to become assistant manager to the 62-year-old.
Giggs is mulling over the offer this weekend, with the Welshman keen for Butt, Scholes and Neville, all of whom were expecting to learn their fate on Thursday, to be given a clear indication of their future before committing himself to the Van Gaal regime.