Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs willing to manage in League Two

Solenn Plantier
Juillet 18, 2017

However, the Blues have had a tough time in the transfer window so far having lost out on Romelu Lukaku to United but did manage to bring in Tiemoue Bakayoko from Monaco and Antonio Rudiger.

The former Wales worldwide has not yet had a job in management since walking away from the Red Devils last summer.

And it is for that reason why Neville believes Chelsea can not be considered favourites in his eyes. "I think a lot of things have been said about me that I would only coach in the Premier League - that's not the case".

"I always maintained that it was not sort of Premier League, I would rather go to a good club lower down, who had the same ambition, same philosophy, rather than go to a Premier League team that are perhaps struggling, fire-fighting or got owners that are famous for sacking after six months". All the clubs are going for the same players, they're all expensive and controlled by agents.

Gary Neville believes that Tottenham will be strong next year, but feels that one of the two Manchester clubs will win the Premier League title next season.

Speaking to his employers ahead of the new season, Neville admitted that his prediction for last season didn't quite pan out, but he has stuck to his guns and gone with the same outlook for the coming year.

Both have already surged past the £100m mark as they look to improve on last season's respective 3rd and 6th place finishing spots, and the chances of hitting £200m increase with every completed deal.

Giggs revealed to the Independent that he is willing to manage overseas or even in Sky Bet League Two, but is waiting for a club whose philosophy of the game matches his.

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