The Welshman’s future at Old Trafford has been uncertain after the Portuguese boss took over and many expect him to end his 29-year association with the club.
Mourinho is expected to appoint appoint Rui Faria as assistant manager and reports suggest he offered Giggs a demotion in a new role liaising with the U21s side.
Giggs should be carefully considering his future, but it looks like he has plenty of time on his hands as he is set to be part of ITV’s coverage of the Euros in France, even though Man United’s pre-season training starts next week.
It’s clear he’s eager to prove himself as a manager, after being overlooking for the top role at Old Trafford twice, he should be looking to follow his ambition elsewhere and picking up experience.
Should the Welshman decide to leave the club, we would be losing a United hero. Fans may be uneasy at the prospect of seeing him part ways with United but it’d be the best step for him in his career if he wants a chance at managing the club further down the line.
However, the opportunity to learn under one of the best managers in the game isn’t available to everyone so if he isn’t able to land himself a management job he should stay and soak up as much experience as possible.