Ryan Giggs seems destined to one day step into the Manchester United dugout as manager of the club, but with Louis van Gaal’s retirement date yet unknown that might not be for quite a while yet. Well, Sir Alex Ferguson has revealed that he believes Giggs might well already have been in the job had he retired from playing when he was 35. Fergie said Giggs could have become his assistant - the role he’s working in under Van Gaal - and would have been ready to succeed him. A lot of ifs and buts, fairly standard. Moving on, Marcos Rojo has looked to play down speculation that he has fallen out with Van Gaal. The Argentina centre-back retweeted a statement suggesting there is no bad blood between himself and his manager, despite what rumours persist in saying. As if he’d tell us if there was.