After such a miserable pre-season, the Hull City fans in the Transfer Tavern who’ve become so accustomed to drowning their sorrows have been greeted with some good news at last.
That’s because Ryan Giggs is in the frame to become the new Wales boss, if Chris Coleman makes the move to Hull, The Mirror has reported.
This comes after Steve Bruce left the Tigers last month, shortly after being interviewed for the England job.
Coleman dramatically led Wales to the Semi-Finals of Euro 2016 this summer stunning football fans across the world, as well as the board at Hull City.
The Welsh F.A denied Hull permission to speak to Coleman last week, after the 46 year old ex-Fulham manager penned a new two year contract with the FAW just two months ago.
However, reports are suggesting that Coleman is eager to return to the Premier League, with Hull considering making a second approach, which could then lead to Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs taking over the international role.
Giggs, who made 64 appearances for Wales as a player, would be favourite to become the new Wales boss and would be expected to lead the charge into the 2018 World Cup, starting with the qualifiers.
Giggs quit Manchester United this summer after 29 years with the club.
Wales fans would you be happy with Giggs as the new manager? And Hull supporters, what do you think of Coleman as a potential new manager? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!
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