Ryan Giggs set for TV pundit role...but he won't discuss Man Utd
Ryan Giggs is set to join the ITV Sport team as a pundit for the rest of Euro 2016, but he is not expected to make any comment on his future role with Manchester United in his TV appearances.
Giggs will fill a seat previously occupied by his former Manchester United team-mate Roy Keane, who has been an outspoken pundit on the ITV sofa over the last few years.
It seems unlikely that Giggs will offer quite as much punch in his analysis, with an ITV insider telling sundayworld.com that the Old Trafford great will be commenting on Euro 2016 matches and not his future at United.
Speculation has been rife that Giggs will walk away from United after 29 years with the club, after he was overlooked for the manager's position following the sacking of Louis van Gaal last month.
Yet confirmation of Giggs' departure from United has not been forthcoming, fuelling rumours that he may yet have a role working in Jose Mourinho's set up at Old Trafford.
It seems as if we will have to wait for confirmation on the next move for Giggs, who has also been linked with the vacant managerial position at Southampton in recent days.