After nearly three full decades, Ryan Giggs is leaving Manchester United.
Jose Mourinho’s appointment as boss and Giggs’ desire to be a first team manager made it seem like a foregone conclusion, but Giggs made it official with a long letter to fans of The Old Trafford set.
Saying it’s “time for a new chapter and a new challenge,” the Welshman moves on.
From Sky Sports:
“My final thank you is to the fans. I cannot begin to tell you how much I will miss walking out at Old Trafford in front of you.
“It’s extremely difficult to say goodbye after 29 years. I have loved every minute both as a player and assistant manager. The support you have always shown me has been phenomenal, thank you.”
Giggs, won 13 league titles and two Champions League trophies amongst other honours
Where should Giggs go?