The Peterborough United boss has revealed that his dad may retire at the end of next season, if he guides the Red Devils to a 19th league title.Peterborough United manager Darren Ferguson, son of Manchester United manager Sir Alex, has revealed that he believes his father may retire from football at the end of next season.
The United manager, who has been at Old Trafford since November 1986, has said that he is unsure when he will finally leave the game.
His son, on the other hand, has suggested that it could be 2010, should the Glasgow-born boss guide United to their 19th league title, therefore surpassing Liverpool's record of 18.
"His health is fine and he’s building a new team," Darren Ferguson is quoted as saying in The Sun.
"If they win this year then they catch Liverpool in terms of titles won.
"I can see him doing this year and next, and then that might be it for him."
During his 23-year-reign with the current English, European and World Club champions, Alex Ferguson has led the club to ten Premier League titles, five FA Cups, three League Cups, two Champions League trophies, one Intercontinental Cup and one Club World Cup.
Ricky Brooks, Goal.com