Phil Neville, Nicky Butt and Paul Scholes will know their fate when the manager arrives from the World Cup.
Manchester United’s much famed class of ‘92 in Paul Scholes, Nicky Butt and Phil Neville are not yet sure whether they will be needed at the club next season, reports the Manchester Evening News.
The trio have been helping out at Old Trafford since the sacking of David Moyes late last term, but nothing concrete has been said yet about their future roles at the club, if any.
While veteran winger Ryan Giggs has officially been appointed as the assistant manager of the club, his close associates, who helped him take up interim duties as manager of the club last season, are waiting for new manager Louis van Gaal to arrive from international duty with Holland, and decide their fate.
“I don’t know what is happening yet really. It is a bit up in the air. The manager is away at the World Cup obviously and when he comes back it will be clarified,” said Butt.
While United would have a good atmosphere about if their former stalwarts were to continue working at the club in a meaningful capacity, it remains to be seen whether van Gaal would want as many as four former players at the club along with his own staff.
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