Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson feels Ryan Giggs could take charge of the club - though not anytime soon.

The People says Giggs and Gary Neville are considered too inexperienced at present.

Ferguson believes Giggs and Neville have the potential to be United managers of the future. But the United chief has seen previous Old Trafford heroes flicker then fade many times before.

Bryan Robson, Steve Bruce, Roy Keane, Mark Hughes and Paul Ince have all gone into the hot seat with varying degrees of success but none stand up to the Godfather of British management.