Giggs off to Nottingham
Ryan Giggs is on the brink of becoming the new Nottingham Forest manager.
Manchester United legend has agreed to leave the club he has served 29 years as apprentice, player and coach to take on his first permanent managerial role.
Giggs, 42, had been offered the opportunity to stay on at Old Trafford as part of new boss Jose Mourinho's backroom staff - although not as No.2 with the Portuguese's trusted lieutenant Rui Faria taking the position.
But after serving two years as Louis van Gaal's assistant, Giggs has decided to jump into management himself and is now set to take charge at the City Ground.