Ryan Giggs eyes management return

Ryan Giggs has reignited the "Giggs in the dugout?" debate, expressing his burning desire to return to management after a two-year absence. The Manchester United legend, who stepped down as Wales boss in 2022, confessed his longing for the managerial hot seat at a recent event. "I loved managing Wales, obviously," he admitted, a glint in his eye. "I do miss it, so hopefully (I can manage again)."
However, the path back may not be straightforward. While Wales' qualification struggles could open the door for a national team return, Giggs has already shot down rumors linking him to League Two side Salford City, despite their shared Man United DNA. "No," he stated firmly, "they just got a new manager."
Though hesitant about specific roles, Giggs is clearly relishing his increased involvement with Salford. "I'm enjoying being more involved," he revealed, "seeing the club rise in the last ten years." This deeper engagement hints at a potential future shift, perhaps towards a less hands-on advisory role or a return to club management at a different level.
One thing's for sure: the fire within Giggs still burns bright. With the Euros looming and his managerial itch unyielding, the football world waits with bated breath to see where the Welsh wizard will land next. Will he answer the call of his national team, or will a different opportunity ignite his passion? Only time will tell, but one thing is certain: Ryan Giggs isn't done yet.
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