The Hull City manager believes the 40-year-old will still be at Old Trafford next season even if Louis van Gaal makes wholesale changes to the club's backroom staff
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As Goal reported in April, Van Gaal has agreed a deal to take charge at Old Trafford following Netherlands’ World Cup campaign, and an official announcement is expected before the end of the month.
Giggs, who organised a special get-together for players and staff at Carrington on Sunday, has admitted his future at Old Trafford is unclear but Bruce feels the 40-year-old will still be at the club in some capacity next season.
“There’s always going to be a place for Ryan at United because he has been a great there,” said Bruce.
“But it’s a difficult one to call because if it is Van Gaal, he will have his own opinions on it. But I’m sure they will find a space for Ryan somewhere.
“He’ll do something and I don’t think he’ll leave. He will be treated properly, I’m convinced of that, and he will have some role to play.
“Ryan may still have a role as a player. If Ryan feels up to it, why wouldn’t you keep him on?
“I saw him play a few weeks ago, and he still looks a very good player to me.
"If he was to be available on a free this summer, I’d take him. He can come and see out his days at the KC in the Europa League!”