‘Gary Neville could be the right man to take over at Man United’

Ex-Red Devils midfielder Luke Chadwick sees Gary Neville as a future Manchester United manager

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Luke Chadwick sees Gary Neville as a future Manchester United manager amid speculation about who will be handed the role on a permanent basis this summer.

Louis van Gaal and Carlo Ancelotti are among the names to have been linked with the Old Trafford job following David Moyes’ sacking earlier this week.

Ryan Giggs has been appointed in charge on a temporary basis until the end of the season – but Chadwick, who played with Neville during his time at Untied, says England coach Neville always looked like he could become a manager.

“I would say Gary Neville definitely [looked like a future United boss]. He’s the guy who used to organise everything and be a real leader in the dressing room along with Roy Keane,” Chadwick told talkSPORT.

“If he was given the opportunity to manage the club, I think it’s an opportunity he would definitely have to consider taking.

“The pull of going to Manchester United would be too great to turn down.”

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