Interim United boss not concerned with full time manager appointment

Manchester United manager Ryan Giggs is not distracting himself with the imminent appointment of Louis van Gaal as the long term boss, as reported by talkSPORT.

Giggs is only in charge until the end of the season but was initially tipped to take charge long term after their impressive display against Norwich last week.

It was reported on Thursday though that Van Gaal will become the new manager on a two year deal, which has been met with positive vibes from the fans after David Moyes’ farce of a season this term.

Giggs is only focusing on beating Sunderland today, but will talk about his future as a player and coach at the end of the season.

“Nothing has changed. [This job] is just until the end of the season,” Giggs said.

“We will chat when the season is over.

“The main concentration I have is on the Sunderland game and then after that the remaining two games.

“I have a lot to think about – whether to continue playing… But my concentration is just on now. We will see what happens at the end of the season.”

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