Manchester United legends Ryan Giggs and Gary Neville are fronting a new hotel chain enterprise.

The Daily Mail says they have launched a joint hospitality company - GG Hospitality - with ambitions of developing a worldwide football-themed hotel and restaurant empire.

According to 'Caterer and Hotelkeeper', Hotel Football is costing £20million as the players link up with two Singaporean businessmen - Kiam Ho and Andy Yun - as the major shareholders. Friends of the footballers as well as some fellow players are also reported to be involved in the project.

It is unknown how much money that Neville and Giggs are committing themselves to the company GG Hospitality, which has been formulated and developed by Neville and Giggs themselves, will be the parent company of Café Football, with the first restaurant outlet to open its doors in the Westfield Centre in Stratford in November this year.