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Ian Wright names Ryan Giggs as most exciting player in Premier League history

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Ryan Giggs' remarkable playing career has been hailed time-and-time again since he announced his retirement from the game back in 2014. 

The Welshman wowed crowds during his unbelievable 24-year career at Old Trafford - he starred in as many as 672 Premier League matches - and has rightly been hailed as a genius by so many who have watched the game. 

As a youngster, Giggs used his speed and trickery to leave defenders in a daze while he adapted with ease as he approached the latter stages of his career. Even in the final few years of his on-pitch career, the former Wales international played a crucial role for his beloved club.

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Ultimately, then, he has been hailed as the most exciting player to have ever played in the Premier League.  

The man to hand him that tag is Arsenal hero Ian Wright. The former Gunners striker, who also enjoyed an impressive stint in England's elite division, just couldn't overlook the Manchester United legend. 

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Giggs excited Wright 

When speaking about his former rival, Wright, speaking to a fan Q&A organised by Currys PC World - as per the Mirror - stated: When he hit the scene, he was unbelievable".

Giggs was a truly talented player, but will he be able to prove his credentials as a manager? That remains to be seen, of course; as it stands, he appears to be waiting in the wings at Old Trafford. 

Ryan Giggs of Manchester United

With Louis van Gaal's future in the game unclear, there may well come a time for Giggs to step up. It will certainly prove a risk for all involved, but it could be one worth taking for the United hierarchy. 

Should Giggs replace Van Gaal as United manager? Have your say below! 

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