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13 January 2018, 05:12 | Henrietta Morgan
Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs interviewed for vacant Wales boss job
Giggs remains the favourite to succeed Coleman and return to football 18 months after leaving his coaching role at Manchester United.
He worked as coach under David Moyes in 2013 and spent four games in charge as interim manager following the Scot's sacking in April 2014.
It was a touching sentiment for a true legend and many believed it would see Giggs move into a permanent position sooner rather than later.
Ryan Giggs interviewed for vacant Wales manager's job - sources
He's since been linked with a plethora of posts - too many to name - from the Premier League down to League Two, however he could now make his managerial debut in the worldwide arena.
Giggs is the first person to be formally spoken to, however, with the Daily Mail claiming that talks took place on Friday morning.
Giggs, who made 64 appearances for Wales during his playing career, has been linked with succeeding Chris Coleman, who left to manage Championship side Sunderland after Wales' failure to qualify for the 2018 World Cup.
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