Advised Manchester United to sign Kylian Mbappe, Gabriel Jesus: Ryan Giggs

Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs has ruled himself out of the running for the vacant manager's job at Premier League strugglers Swansea following the dismissal of Paul Clement

Advised Manchester United to sign Kylian Mbappe, Gabriel Jesus: Ryan Giggs

In the midst, the former Welsh worldwide also named the three Manchester United players he wished who were the United quality 'through and through.' "There have been a lot who have come through that haven't been United players and also players who were United players and shouldn't have left", said Giggs, speaking to The Times.

Following the Dutchman's sacking and Mourinho's arrival in 2016, Ryan Giggs ended his 29-year association with the club after the Portuguese made a decision to bring his own coaching staff. "I was watching them with the scout and it was a no-brainer", Giggs said in an interview with The Times.

The former United player and assistant manager feels that Danny Welbeck, Rafael da Silva and Jonny Evans should never have been let go by ex-boss Louis van Gaal, as they were players who were born to play for the club.

But Mourinho, upon taking charge at Old Trafford, told the Welshman - who wants to enter full time management - that there was no place for him on his technical staff. "It would have been five million pounds ($6.68m) or something - get them, loan them back - and that's where the recruitment could have been better", Giggs added.

Jesus ended up moving to Manchester rivals, Man City for £27m, while Mbappe will make his loan move to PSG permanent next summer for a staggering £168m!

United would boast one of the world's finest attacks if they had the two youngsters in their ranks.

"I know what a Manchester United player looks like".

"There have been a lot who have come through that haven't been United players and also players who were United players and shouldn't have left".

He definitely hits the nail on the head with Evans.

Giggs believes there have been serious shortcomings in the club's transfer policy over the years, and it's coming back to bite them now. It was just like, 'get them'.

"But when you bring City into it, it's more hard because City have been so good".

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