New Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal is yet to make a final decision on his backroom team.
The Guardian says Paul Scholes, Nicky Butt and Phil Neville could yet become part of the Dutchman's staff at Manchester United, with the decision on their futures possibly not taken until after the World Cup when Van Gaal's tenure as the Holland coach ends.
While the 62-year-old has appointed Ryan Giggs as his No2, and brought in Frans Hoek to replace the discarded Chris Woods as the goalkeeping coach - as well as made Marcel Bout the opposition scout - Scholes, Butt and Neville are unsure if Van Gaal wants them to stay. So far, he is yet to contact any of the trio.
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