Ryan Giggs may earn another year at Manchester United according to manager David Moyes

"He doesn’t look as if he is at that point yet, so who knows? And it’s only these sort of decisions you would make right at the end. At his age you don’t consider it six months before.”
Giggs will enter his fifth decade on Friday, having made 951 appearances for United spread over more than 22 years. But although Moyes would be happy to retain Giggs he is also looking to strengthen the United squad.
A fresh bid is expected in the January transfer window for the Athletic Bilbao midfielder Ander Herrera who United attempted to sign in August.
It is understood that the two clubs have continued a dialogue over the 24-year-old after they failed to agree a fee at the end of the last window.
Herrera, who speaks good English, is believed to be extremely keen to join United.
Nevertheless United will not meet the buy-out clause in Herrera’s contract, which is thought to be as high as £36 million.
United offered £20 million plus £3 million in add-ons in August and are not expected to offer more in January.
Moyes is aware of his need to strengthen.
“We felt in the summer we would have like to have got a couple in to midfield and we only added one so it is an area we need to look at,” he said.