Manchester United coach Phil Neville is unsure where he will be next season as he is still waiting to hear off Ed Woodward or Louis van Gaal on whether he has a future at the club under the new regime.
Phil Neville, former Manchester United player, was hired by David Moyes to come into the club as one of the first-team coaches last season. Now Neville is keen to keep on with the same role or one of similarity at United.
At the start of this week, the announcement that new manager Louis van Gaal would be bringing along some of his back-room staff, including goalkeeping coach Frans Hoek and opposition scout Marcel Bout. Ryan Giggs is to become assistant manager after hanging up his boots for good, but no other appointments on the coaching staff have been made at this stage.
When asked on whether he would be at United next season, Neville said:
“I hope so. It is business as usual as far as I am concerned.
“I was first-team coach last year. I am not sure what my role will be next year but over the next couple of weeks I will find out about my role and hopefully I will be involved at Man Utd.”
It is more than likely that Manchester United will not offer Phil Neville a role next season, as Louis van Gaal will look to stamp his authority on the club with his own staff. Paul Scholes is also under the impression that he will not be offered a role at Carrington next season, too.