Bruce opens door to iconic Man United double act amid Hull City crisis

Both Ryan Giggs and Roy Keane are in the frame to replace former Manchester Untied teammate Steve Bruce as Hull City manager, according to the Daily Express.

Just three weeks before the Tigers kickoff the Premier League season against champions Leicester City, Bruce has left his post on Humberside.

After being interviewed for the England job, the former Birmingham City and Sunderland manager has left amid frustrations about funds given to him by the club’s owners.

As a result, the newly promoted side are said to be casting keen eyes of the former Red Devils in the hunt for a new boss.

Welshman Giggs recently left Old Trafford after serving as assistant boss for two years under Louis van Gaal, upon the arrival of Jose Mourinho.

The 42-year old is looking to break into management in his own right, though would provide somewhat of a gamble.

Keane, meanwhile, is currently assistant to Martin O’Neill with the Republic of Ireland and has managed both Sunderland and Ipswich Town in the past.

Tim Sherwood is also understood to be in the mix, along with former Man United coach Mike Phelan.