Ryan Giggs is said to have been pressured by his fellow class of 1992 to quit Manchester United should Jose Mourinho be appointed as head of Manchester United. Giggs who hang his boots end of 2013-14 season has been working under current troubled manager Louis Van Gaal.
Giggs has been urged by his Class of 92 pals Gary and Neville to quit Old Trafford this summer and make his way in management at a new club. Rumors have been seculating that Giggs is being head hunted by one of the top premier league teams.
The Welshman, who is one of the most highly decorated Manchester United player has already worked as an assistant under current boss Louis van Gaal and David Moyes but will not stick around if Mourinho gets the nod this summer.
Gigg’s is agonising about whether to make the break now with executive vice chairman Ed Woodward unwilling to guarantee him the job once Van Gaal eventually goes.
Giggs and friends are business partners( Gary and Phil Neville) at Salford Football Club, which is one of the most improved and rising club in the North west. The partners have both left United to gain experience and they feel Ryan should follow suit if he has not been put in charge of the Richest club.
Sir Alex Ferguson is on record to have indicated that he is in favor of Giggs taking the top job than the special one even if it meant to be only one shot at managing United as leaving now could jeopardize or ruin chances of one day landing his dream job at United.