Manchester United boss David Moyes is planning to revamp his coaching staff in the summer - with Ryan Giggs among the names likely to be shown the door by the under-fire Scotsman.
Moyes made a shrewd move in the summer by handing Old Trafford favourites Phil Neville and Giggs first-team coaching roles at the club.
However the decision to promote Giggs has had a negative effect on the team, as the pair have reportedly clashed over Moyes’ training regimes and defensive tactics.
Giggs has become slightly disillusioned with life under Moyes as he feels he should be playing a lot more than he is - despite the fact that he is 40.
The midfielder has made just six Premier League starts for Manchester United so far this season, which is said to have riled the Welshman.
Moyes, who has been backed to continue on in his role as the manager of Manchester United, could also replace assistant manager Steve Round and first-team coach Neville.