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Gary Neville will decide in the next 18 months whether he wants to quit his job as a television pundit and go into management.
Neville has become a popular and respected pundit since he retired from football and signed with Sky four years ago.
His views have been so well-received that he has been tipped to go into management and he already has a coaching role within the England set-up.
And Neville is not ruling out moving into football management, it seems. When asked during a Twitter Q&A whether he would consider becoming a manager, the former Manchester United captain said: "I have a decision to make in the next 18 months."
Neville, who played 602 times for United, currently holds his UEFA A and B coaching licences.
His brother Phil was part of David Moyes' coaching staff at United, but left soon after the Scot's dismissal last April.
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Striker Robin van Persie has recovered from an ankle injury and is available for Manchester United's FA Cup fourth round tie at Cambridge on Friday.
Defenders Jonny Evans and Chris Smalling are unavailable due to unspecified injuries, but left-back Luke Shaw is back after missing last weekend's win over QPR.
Right-back Rafael is available after recovering from the fractured cheekbone he sustained in the third-round win over Yeovil but Ashley Young (hamstring) remains sidelined.
Provisional squad: De Gea, Lindegaard, Valdes, Vermijl, Blackett, Shaw, Rojo, Jones, McNair, Rafael, Pereira, Blind, Fellaini, Fletcher, Herrera, Valencia, Lingard, Anderson, Carrick, Powell, Januzaj, Di Maria, Mata, Falcao, Rooney, Van Persie, Wilson.
Louis van Gaal expects Cambridge to launch an aerial bombardment at his Manchester United side when they arrive at the Abbey Stadium on Friday.
After beating Luton in the third round, Cambridge were handed the money-spinning live television tie they were after when they were pitted against United.
"Cambridge play very direct, with long balls. They have five or six players above 1m 90cm (6ft 3in) so for us it's difficult to defend and that's why you have to prepare yourself very good," the United manager said.
"It's not so easy to beat Cambridge United."
Man United shirts are sold four times more often in London than in Manchester, according to figures released by Sports Direct.
The sports department store claim that 44.71% of United shirts are purchased in the capital, while only 10.33% are bought in Manchester.
The local news for Red Devils' supporters is somewhat more heartening, with United shirts out selling those of rivals Man City by fifteen to one in Manchester.
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