MANCHESTER UNITED will officially announce Ryan Giggs' departure in the coming days.

The BBC claim the Welshman has now agreed a settlement with United and will end his 29-year stay at the club.

Giggs had one year left to run on his contract as the club's assistant manager.

But his position was left in doubt with new boss Jose Mourinho set to bring his long-term assistant Rui Faria to Old Trafford with him. Giggs has been unable to agree other role with United and has now decided to move on.

Giggs was first appointed the Red Devils' assistant manager under David Moyes, and he continued the role under Louis van Gaal.

He was believed to be disappointed he was not offered the manger's role after Van Gaal's sacking, and will now search for work elsewhere.

Giggs joined United's academy on his 14th birthday and turned professional in November 1990 before making his first-team debut against Everton in March 1991.

The 42-year-old made a record 963 appearances for United, winning 13 Premier League titles, four FA Cup trophies and the Champions League twice.

This year too much changed in Man Utd so lets see it will go in Man Utd or not cause they changed all most complete structure and they try to buy big name and loss some talent.

They miss the deal do with Sanches who showed his talent in last night against Poland and helps Portugal to draw and reach to Penalty.

They also remove Louis van Gaal and he appoints Mourinho most talked manager of the premier league so let see how Man Utd play in next season starts from 13th August.