Giggs not planning retirement.
Manchester United midfielder Ryan Giggs says he plans to keep playing next season despite approaching his 40th birthday, according to the Daily Express.
The veteran winger has been at the Old Trafford club for his entire career, and is the leading all-time appearance maker in the Premier League since becoming a regular for United in 1990.
Still, he has remained a key part of the side even in the later years of his career, and plans to carry on playing next season even though he has also been made part of the club’s coaching staff by David Moyes.
When asked about retirement, he said: “Apparently 40 is the new 30. I’ve never really put too much stock on my age. To me it is more about how you feel, and I feel pretty good at the moment.”