Ryan Giggs is a contender to take over at Swansea City after it emerged manager Francesco Guidolin is struggling to save his job at the club.
Guidolin has reportedly fallen out with several of his players as Swansea continues to struggle in the Premier League and were eliminated from the EFL Cup by Manchester City on Wednesday.
And Giggs is being touted to replace the Italian, if and when they eventually do away with the former Udinese manager.
The Manchester United legend became assistant manager at Old Trafford under Louis van Gaal, and was touted by the Dutchman to replace him, but he left the club when Van Gaal was fired despite being offered a role, albeit a more reduced one.
He has also been linked with the Nottingham Forest post before Philippe Montanier took charge at the City Ground earlier this summer.
But it is believed a job in Wales – his country – will appeal to Giggs, as the pressure on Guidolin hits mountain top.
According to several reports, Swansea chairman Huw Jenkins has already considered making an approach for Giggs, but will seek approval from the clubs new American owners.
The former Wales international is currently working as a TV pundit.