David Moyes sacked: Ryan Giggs set to replace Moyes until end of the season
Midfielder is expected to be confirmed on Tuesday as United's caretaker manager
Ryan Giggs is set to be named as Manchester United's caretaker manager following David Moyes' sacking.
The club are expected to make a further announcement on Tuesday regarding who will replace Moyes until the end of the season, with Giggs expected to be installed on a temporary basis.
United will also try to move quickly to install a permanent replacement for Moyes. It is understood that Holland boss Louis van Gaal is the favourite to take over, but another potential candidate in Borussia Dortmund manager Jurgen Klopp looks to be out of the picture.
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