Manchester United legend, Ryan Giggs is one of the top contenders to take over as head coach of the struggling Premier League side, Swansea FC.
Swansea have already sacked two head coaches this season, first Francesco Guidolin and more recently, Bob Bradley who was sacked just on Monday night after a poor run of results.
Giggs, 43, was interviewed twice before Bradley’s appointment in October but was reluctant to take the job. Wales boss Chris Coleman Former Leicester City manager Nigel Pearson, ex-Crystal Palace boss Alan Pardew and ex-Birmingham City manager Gary Rowett are the other contenders for the job.
Before a new head coach is announced, First-team coaches Alan Curtis and Paul Williams will serve as the interim managers.