Manchester United legend Paul Scholes could return to the club as a coach, according to the Daily Mail.
The Premier League side, who climbed up to sixth place in the English top-flight standings following Sunday’s 3-1 victory over Swansea City at the Liberty Stadium, are understood to be interested in bringing in the former midfielder as their new Under-23 boss.
The 41-year-old, who retired from professional football back in May 2013, scored 155 goals in 718 appearances in all competitions for the Red Devils between 1992 and 2013.
Scholes, who has not shied away as a TV pundit in regards to his opinion on United’s troubles since legendary manager Sir Alex Ferguson retired, could become the club’s new Under-23 manager following Warren Joyce’s decision to become Wigan Athletic boss.
The Red Devils legend has previously admitted he is interested in heading into management in the future, although he has turned down approaches from League One side Oldham Athletic several times in the past.