David Moyes, Manchester United manager, said that Ryan Giggs will have to wait until the end of the season to talk about a new deal at the club, and pay per head services hope that he doesn’t stop playing anytime soon.
The midfielder, who on Friday celebrated his 40th birthday, took on a coaching role under Moyes, but pay per head services know that his future as a player is not clear.
And Moyes said that the delay was due to Giggs’ age.
“When you get to his age, any decision about carrying on is left until the end of the season,” he said. “Don’t forget, he’s on the coaching staff anyway, but if he feels he wants to continue next season I’ll be more than happy with that.
“Ryan is undoubtedly at the top of any list of Premier League legends, for all sorts of reasons.
“Because of his longevity, playing his entire career at a club like Manchester United, the amount of games he has played in Europe and the Premier League and the fact that he has provided so many outstanding memories every single season.
“It is terrific to be doing it at his age, and it is an example to young players everywhere to see how far you can go with the right dedication.
“It is also an example to players in their mid-30s, who may be wondering whether they are coming to the end of the road, to see that if you keep training well and looking after yourself, you can carry on longer.”
Moyes also said that the squad bought Giggs several gifts to mark the occasion, and pay per head services were very happy to hear this.
“There were a few surprises for him in the dressing room to mark his birthday,” he said. “A coach’s watch was one, so maybe they are trying to send him a message.
“I think he was beginning to think they were pushing him out of the dressing room.
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“They’re very good. He’s respected by everyone in the dressing-room because of what he’s done and what he’s achieved in football.”
Price per head services are well aware of what a great player Giggs is, and believe that he still has a lot left to offer to the club.