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Man United Legend Reveals Return Plan Amid Ole Solskjaer’s Uncertain Future

The current Man United is known to be one of the most hated managers in the club history and having Ryan Giggs return as Manager will see the fan base very excited

Man United despite showing keen interest in keeping Ole Solskjaer are sure aware of the dangers he pose if he doesn’t change his tactics.

The Norwegian has maintained this same tactics since succeeding Jose Mourinho but has failed to land any trophy which spells very bad of his reign.

Since Sir Alex Ferguson, it’s clear Man United are yet to find that perfect successor who could do similar things as SAF, no doubt they are trying to show trust in Ole Solskjaer but can they be patient enough to go through the losing days and even go as much as missing out Champions league game once again?

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One of former Man United stars, Ryan Giggs has although recently voiced his stand on the club’s current happenings after leaving the club for a management job in Wales.

“It’s true that the club is going through a lot now. It’s normal in football teams for such times to come.

“The team sticks together and they will get through the period. The manager is there and he is doing a job he is expected to do.

“Just like every other teams, the fans sure won’t be happy during this time but they must learn to endure such cause it’s inevitable.

“Manchester United is a great club of which am so grateful to be part of. I love the time I spent there and would happily go back if I have to.

“I am manager now in Wales, after leaving my role in Manchester United and it’s been fun so far. I am loving every bit of my job in Wales National team.

“I do speak to Solskjaer from time to time and we have a good relationship, just like the old days. He is doing a job in Man United.

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Giggs spent from 1990-2014 at Man United of which he made 672 appearances and scored 114 goals for the Red Devils.

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