Ryan Giggs believes former Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal could be brought in by the Football Association to work alongside the next England manager.
The FA is currently searching to find Roy Hodgson’s successor after he resigned following the Three Lions’ Euro 2016 exit at the hands of Iceland on Monday.
England under-21 boss Gareth Southgate has been one of the names linked with the job, though he has reportedly ruled himself out of the running, and Giggs feels such a figure could be the right appointment — as long as a more experienced head like Van Gaal is brought in as well.
“England have a vision, of appointing within, and they need to stick with that,” Giggs told ITV. “Who’s the next in line? Gareth Southgate. Maybe you have to tweak it a little bit as it’s a little premature, maybe you bring in someone who can help him a long for the next couple of years.