Ryan Giggs is eyeing Manchester United or walesfor a manager position. After losing out to American Bob Bradley for the Swansea City job, it seems Ryan Giggs is looking for his next managerial approach, and it could be at one of his former clubs.

Speaking to BBC news, Giggs showed interest in managing ManchesterUnited or his national team of Wales, as he called them the 'Pinnacle' of his playing career. The 42 year old is eyeing a top job for his managerial career and he would love for that to be at either Manchester or Wales. Despite neither appearing to be up for grabs, Giggs is still eyeing a top job.

He has said that he would consider a Championship job or lower but only if the club shared his opinions, vision and goals.

Prolific career

As fans of Giggs will know, his career is a prolific one, with 64 caps for Wales, and bagging 12 goals in his international career, ranging from 1991 - 2007. This record however is surpassed by his record for the Red Devils. His Manchester United career boasts an impressive 672 appearances, and a goal count of 114 in his career spanning from 1990-2014. Since then, Giggs went on to be Assistant Manger to recently sacked Louis Van Gaal at Manchester United as well as the role of Interim Manager after David Moyes exited the managerial role.

With Jose Mourinho at the helm of Manchester United currently, it does not seem like that job will be openingin the short term.

However, if United continue to give lacklustre performances like they have done recently, then perhaps it will soon be time for a change again.

Welsh team great performance

As for Wales, Giggs has Chris Coleman to contend with and given the Welsh teams great performance in the Euro 2016 Championships, reaching the semi-finals which saw them lose valiantly 0-2 to eventual winners Portugal, his job would appear safe despite a dissapointing 1-1 draw on Sunday against Georgia.

So with Giggs stating that he has 'no preference' to where he manages, only time will really tell as to whether he will return to his former club or country. However, with the skill set that he has, any club could be looking to snap up his talents to potentially propel themselves into title contention.