Former player and assistant manager Ryan Giggs has left his post at Manchester United after spending 29 years at the club.Read the full story ›
According to reports Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs has agreed a settlement with the club after 29 years.
Giggs, 42, had a year left on his contract as assistant manager but new boss Jose Mourinho is expected to give Rui Faria that role.
Unable to reach an agreement over another possible position at the club, it is believed Giggs, who made a record 963 appearances for United, has decided to move on.
Ryan Giggs joined the Manchester United academy on his 14th birthday in 1988 and turned professional aged just 17.
The Wales-born winger won a record 13 league titles, two European Cups, four FA Cups and four League Cups to become the most decorated British player of all time.
There is speculation Jose Mourinho's appointment to Manchester United could lead to assistant manager Ryan Giggs departing the club.Read the full story ›
The Welsh football star joined a long line of Manchester United greats by winning an award for outstanding services to football.Read the full story ›
Ryan Giggs says the success of the current Welsh football team can inspire more success in the future.
The 41-year-old former Wales captain has been running a training session today for youngsters at Mumbles Rangers FC as a way of getting more of them involved in grassroots football.
He was speaking to our reporter Kelsey Redmore.
Ryan Giggs told students at the University of Bolton that it was "hard work" that got him through his 20 years playing for Manchester United. The comments came as the Welsh international received an honorary doctorate from the University. He told fellow graduands:
"...if I was going to give you one bit of advice, it would be - whatever field, whatever occupation you go into - that that is the main thing; work hard. And of course, try to enjoy it."
Former Wales and Manchester United player Ryan Giggs has received an Honorary Doctor of Science for Outstanding Contribution to Sport from the University of Bolton.
Ryan Giggs has won plenty of accolades in the world of football.
Today he's getting an award from academia.
Giggs retired at the end of last season to become part of the new management team at Old Trafford.
Today he'll receive an honorary doctorate from the University of Bolton for his contribution to sport.
Former Wales footballer Ryan Giggs reveals tonight how he broke down in tears after his final game as caretaker manager at Manchester United last season.
In an access-all-areas documentary to be screened on ITV tonight, Giggs discusses the highs and lows of his first managerial role and reflects on his playing career and recent retirement. Sarah Hibbard reports.
You can see 'Life of Ryan: Caretaker Manager' tonight at 9pm on ITV Cymru Wales.
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".