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Gary Neville reveals he would manage Manchester United

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Manchester United legend Gary Neville has revealed that he would like to manage the club in the future, reports the Daily Star

The former United right-back was taking part in a Q&A session on Twitter and has revealed that he would manage his former side. 

Neville, who is currently involved in the coaching set up for the England national side, also insisted that he would take up the top job for the Three Lions. 

On Twitter the ex-Manchester United star was asked: “@iamcallum: @GNev2 Would you ever want to manage Man U or England?”

Neville's response simply read "yes", and it remains to be seen as to whether the Old Trafford old boy will take up a management role in the near future. 

The ex-England international, who is also part of the Sky Sports team, has gained may admirers whilst giving his views on the Premier League over the past couple of seasons.

Neville has had to watch Manchester United suffer a miserable campaign under David Moyes this term, so perhaps he will take to the Old Trafford dugout sooner rather than later... 

And with many ex-Manchester United stars already proving a hit in the Premier League, Neville could soon join them into management. 

However Neville's immediate attention will of course turn to this summer's World Cup, as England look towards success in Brazil. 

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