The Welshman joined the Red Devils coaching staff after his retirement, he was assistant to Louis van Gaal but now he is likely to leave the club for a better job. He also took the interim role in the absence of manager when United sacked David Moyes few years ago.
The 42-year-old won 13 Premier League titles and 2 Champions League under Man United legendary manager Sir Alex Ferguson.
It is also believed that Giggs does not want to work with manager Jose Mourinho who recently grabbed the United empty manager seat. The Portuguese will also be bringing his own staff which means Giggs exit is certainly going to happen.
According to Manchester Evening News, Nottingham Forest is likely to be his next destination. However, the odds have now faced a minor drop.
Also, Giggs was offered Bolton job in the past but he refused to join.
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