Roumours are circulating that Ryan Giggs will leave #Manchester United, If Jose Mourinho is appointed manager ahead of him.  To be fair the very same rumours circulated just before Louis Van Gaal came into power at the club, and Ryan has endured all that has been thrown at him though that.

Yet recent rumours come as it is understood that his Marriage has hit turbulant times again, and further more it is said that his fellow  Class mates of 92 want him to quit Old Trafford this summer and make his way in management at a new club.

The Welshman has already worked as an assistant under both David Moyes and current boss Louis van Gaal but it is thought he will not stick around if Mourinho gets the nod this summer.

Both Gary and Phil Neville have left United to gain experience. Gary has a coaching role for England and had a short spell as head coach of Valencia this season while Phil Neville has coached at United and is currently part of Valencias backroom staff.

Van Gaals not gone yet!

Of course Louis Van Gaal could have a few things to say about the recent speculation.  He will be quick to remind people that he still has a year left on his contract, and that beating West Ham on Tuesday night will leave United in the driving seat for the final qualifying spot for the Champions League.  Added to that a trip to Wembly booked in on the 21st May could also net him a FA Cup to add to the Old Trafford trophy cabinet.  

One thing is for certain though, with Pep Guardiola heading down the road to those in Blue, the next Managerial Decision at United is going to be a vital one.  Will the Club go for a big name manager, or do they go for what will no doubt end up a box office smash, where a youth team player, turns out to be the clubs most decorated player, working his way right to the top, filling the boots of names like Sir Matt Busby, and Sir Alex Ferguson.  I for one would love to see that film at the Cinema, and believe Giggs would do a fantastic job as a manager of the club, what a great movie that would be! #Football #Premier League