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Manchester United have confirmed that Ryan Giggs will act as interim manager until a permanent manager is appointed.
The club's official website also said that they will make "no further comment on this process until it is concluded".
Ryan Giggs will be named as interim manager of Manchester United later today, Press Association Sport understands.
Ryan Giggs is to take charge of Manchester United after David Moyes was sacked this morning, reports the Daily Mail.
Newspapers around the country have begun speculating on the future of Manchester United manager David Moyes. We take a look at some of the headlines:
There's speculation about Ryan Giggs' role at Manchester United with manager David Moyes reportedly set to leave the club.
If Moyes' 10-month reign is brought to an end on Tuesday, there will be no shortage of takers for the position.
Jurgen Klopp, Laurent Blanc and Louis van Gaal have the credentials to succeed.
But perhaps a more popular choice would be to install the former Wales star Ryan Giggs, who is part of Moyes' backroom staff having started taking his coaching badges earlier this season.
There is a perception among United fans that Giggs, perhaps along with Paul Scholes or Nicky Butt, could restore some pride and passion to the United dressing room.
United have insisted that Moyes is still their manager, but have refused to deny widespread reports the Scot is to be dismissed.