Manchester United legend Scholes set for casual future role

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Manchester United legend Paul Scholes will take up a casual role at Old Trafford next season, according to The Telegraph

If reports are to be believed, incoming manager Louis van Gaal will keep Scholes at the club for the 2014/15 campaign. It remains to be seen, however, as to how much of a role the ex-Manchester United midfielder plays in the new regime. 

Scholes played a key role - along with other members of the class of '92 - in United's end of season under temporary manager Ryan Giggs. 

And with Scholes set to stay on to some extent, it also appears that his former teammate Nicky Butt will return to his role as the club's under-18 side. 

Manchester United fans will now be hoping that the appointment of Van Gaal is made in the near future, as the club look to improve on a disastrous season. 

Manchester United fans: Do you think Van Gaal is right to keep Scholes and Butt at the club? Have your say below! 

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