The Real Madrid legend, who is now assistant coach and sporting director at the Bernabeu, is convinced Giggs would do as good a job as anyone, regardless of managerial experience.
"I think that him and Paul Scholes could do a very good job if they were given the chance.
"You will always get arguments that they are young or that they are not experienced.
"But between them they have been at Manchester United for 30 years. And you can not be better equipped than that."
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