MK Dons are considering approaching Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs to take the managers job at the club, according to the Daily Mail.
Karl Robinson left The Dons by mutual consent last week after six years in charge. The Daily Mail report that the League One side’s owner Pete Winkleman is considering a “change in strategy” as he looks to improve the fortunes of his team.
That different approach, according to the Daily Mail, could play into the hands of Ryan Giggs. It is reported that the club will consider ‘big name’ managers who may not have much experience in the game over those who are tried and tested in England’s third tier.
Giggs is currently without a club and Winkleman is reportedly looking to hand him his first job in management.
The Welshman spent his entire footballing career at Manchester United, winning 13 Premier League titles as well as 22 other pieces of silverware. He is accustomed to the dizzy heights of domestic and European triumph, so it remains to be seen whether managing a club 20th in League One would appeal to him.