Ryan Giggs will replace Louis van Gaal as Manchester United's next manager in three years time, according to The Sun.
Van Gaal signed a deal worth in the region of £21 million with the Red Devils yesterday, but it appears that his replacement has already been identified.
Giggs - who was in temporary charge of the former Premier League champions for the final four games of last season - looks set to be handed the permanent role in 2017.
The Welshman retired from the game yesterday, but took up the role as assistant boss at United, and it now appears that he will gain even more experience at The Theatre of Dreams over the coming years.
For now though, with Van Gaal and Giggs leading the team, Manchester United will be desperate to improve in the 2014/15 campaign.
David Moyes' era at the club proved a disastrous one, and the Red Devils will be looking to return to their peak under new management.
Ryan Giggs has been a huge part of Manchester United's history, and he looks set to play a key role in the future of the club too.