Ryan Giggs is 'closing in on a return to management with Salford City' and could take over from manager Neil Wood, according to reports.
The former Manchester United midfielder, who co-owns the League Two outfit, has been out of work since he stepped down from his position as Wales boss in June 2022.
According to The Sun, the 49-year-old is now 'closing in on a return to the dugout' if 'results do not improve at the club.'
The outlet reports that Giggs is 'taking an active interest' in the club and 'could be pushed to step in if manager Neil Wood does not get his side into contention for the play-offs.'
Salford currently sit 19th in the league standings after a turbulent start to the new campaign, having won only twice, drawn once and lost five of their opening matches.
It comes after Giggs was cleared of charges in July accusing him of assaulting his ex-girlfriend Kate Greville.
The former Manchester United midfielder was facing charges of assault occasioning actual bodily harm over an alleged headbutt on Ms Greville that reportedly took place in November 2020.
The former Wales manager was also cleared of further counts of controlling and coercive behaviour against his ex-girlfriend and common assault against her sister Emma.
Giggs had spoken 'of his relief' after the CPS had withdrawn the charges, while his Barrister added his client was 'looking forward to rebuilding his life and career as an innocent man'.
In 2022, the former midfielder opted to step down from his position as the Wales manager during the case.
In a statement, he said: 'After much consideration, I am standing down from my position as manager of the Wales men's national team with immediate effect.
'It has been an honour and a privilege to manage my country, butRead on m.allfootballapp.com