Mark Hughes tips Ryan Giggs to take over Manchester United job in future

Hughes claimed Giggs has now demonstrated his managerial talent with the Welsh national side, and he could be on the list of future replacements for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

Giggs worked under Louis Van Gaal at the club for two seasons before the Dutchman was replaced by Jose Mourinho.

He opted to leave following Mourinho’s arrival, taking a two-year sabbatical before taking up his role with Wales.

But despite never managing in the top-flight, Hughes believes a strong showing in next summer’s European Championships could put Giggs name in the frame to replace Ole in 2021.

Hannibal Mejbri shines for young Manchester United stars in 6-0 thrashing of ‘Class of ’92’ owned Salford

United’s ‘Class of 92′ members and co-owners of the League Two club were all in attendance in the stands at the Peninsula Stadium for the EFL Trophy clash.

They saw the emergence of a new crop of promising United youngsters, spearheaded by the impressive Hannibal Mejbri.

United have handled Mejbri with care since his arrival at the club. This was the first time he had featured in the competition since his move from Monaco a year ago and he opened the scoring after eight minutes.

Arnau Puigmal doubled the visitors’ lead on the half-hour mark before Mark Helm struck either side of a Charlie McCann strike in the second half.

Anthony Elanga made it six and completed the scoring after 74 minutes.