Ray Wilkins has told Sky Sports that Manchester United should keep Ryan Giggs and Phil Neville on at the club after the new manager is announced.
Giggs, who is currently the club's interim manager got to work in his first full training session with the assistance of Paul Scholes, who was brought into his coaching team alongside Neville and Nicky Butt. The club have been rumoured to be in contact with Lois van Gaal, the current Holland coach, whose contract comes to an end after the World Cup. But if the Dutchman is to be appointed then will the club's Class of 92 coaches remain behind the scenes?
Wilkins believes that both Giggs and Neville, who have been working at the club as coaches this year, should stay when a new man is brought in after what they have done for the club this season and during their playing careers.
Speaking with Sky Sports, Wilkins also favoured current Real Madrid boss.
"The name that jumps out at me is Carlo Ancelotti," revealed Wilkins.
"The Copa del Rey is not enough for Real Madrid, so if he doesn't win La Liga or the Champions League, he may become available. He speaks English, knows the Premier League and I think he would be ideal."
Ryan Giggs has been discounted as a contender for the job due to his inexperience with most of the betting agencies heading Van Gaal as the favourite. For the rest of the season, the former players will organise the side as United hope to cap off a disappointing season in the best possible light whilst the United board work hard in the background to find their ideal man.
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