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Veteran Manchester United midfielder Ryan Gigsg has ended his playing career after being appointed assistant to the club's new manager, Louis Van Gaal.
Giggs has enjoyed a glittering career, making 963 appearances for the Old Trafford club since his debut in 1991, during which time he has won 13 Premier League titles, two Champions Leagues and four FA Cups.
Louis van Gaal's list of trophies includes:
- Champions League (1995)
- Uefa Cup (1992)
- Eredivisie (1994, 1995, 1996)
- Primera Division (1998, 1999)
- Copa Del Rey (1998)
- UEFA Super Cup (1997)
- Bundesliga (2010)
- DFB-Pokal (2010)
- DFB-Supercup (2010)
Veteran midfielder Ryan Giggs has been appointed Louis van Gaal's assistant manager at Manchester United, the club confirmed.
Manchester United chief executive Ed Woodward said:
In Louis van Gaal, we have secured the services of one of the outstanding managers in the game today.
He has achieved many things in his career to date and Old Trafford provides him with a fitting stage on which to write new chapters in the Manchester United story.
Manchester United said Louis van Gaal will become the club's new manager on a three-year contract after this summer's World Cup.
Manchester United tweeted:
Rio Ferdinand has spoken of his sadness at not being able to say goodbye properly before his departure from Manchester United.
The veteran defender issued a statement saying: "Circumstances didn't allow for me to say goodbye the way I would have liked but I'd like to take this opportunity to thank my team-mates, staff, the club and the fans for an unbelievable 12 years that I'll never forget.
Veteran defender Rio Ferdinand will leave Manchester United this summer after 12 years at the club.
Ferdinand's contract had come to an end and the club have opted not to renew the 35-year-old's deal.
He said in a statement: "I have thought long and hard over the last few months about my future and, after 12 fantastic years playing for what I regard as the best club in the world, I have decided the time is right for me to move on."
The centre-back joined the Old Trafford outfit for £30m from Leeds United in the summer of 2002, going on to make over 300 appearances.