Manchester United interim manager Ryan Giggs’ future at the club may still be unclear, but he will be looking to name himself on the team sheet in what could be his final appearance at Old Trafford, Mirror reports.
The Welsh midfielder turned United manager is most likely to be in charge of the club until the end of the season with Louis van Gaal set to make a permanent move to management.
No reports have been made regarding Giggs and his future playing contract, and the upcoming match against Hull City could be his last home game for the club he has represented for 24 years.
The United legend is looking to name himself as a substitute in his upcoming match and could possibly make an appearance in front of his home fans in a match that could mark an emotional farewell to the clubs longest serving player.
With only two games remaining, he will need to score a goal in one of the matches in order to keep his sublime record of scoring in all of his Premier League campaigns.
Giggs, who is the club’s most decorated player, has made a total of 962 appearances scoring 168 goals ever since he first stepped on the pitch back in 1991.