Giggs has warned Jose Mourinho regarding the youth policy at Manchester United

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Ryan Giggs, the Manchester United assistant manager, has issued a warning to Jose Mourinho about the importance of the youth academy in Manchester United. Indeed, Mourinho has always been perceived as a manager that is more interested in signing accomplished players rather than developing them.

Manchester United, who is renowned for the success of their youth policy, will want their culture to remain whoever becomes the next manager. With reports that Jose Mourinho has agreed to a verbal agreement to be the next Manchester United manager, Ryan Giggs will want to ensure that the new manager will respect the United tradition.

Despite the current season that has not been up to the expectations, Louis van Gaal has given the opportunity to players such as Cameron Borthwick-Jackson and Marcus Rashford, who have performed extremely well. Rashford has gained praise for his performance in the Champions League game where he scored two goals against Midtjylland.

Ryan Giggs believe that it is part of the Manchester United culture to ensure that there are not only world-class players from abroad on the pitch but also good academy players. According to Giggs, this is what separate Manchester United from the other clubs and any manager will have to abide by this philosophy.

Manchester United has a long story of having home-grown players on the pitch, and the most famous batch is the class of 92 which comprises of the Neville brothers, David Beckham and Paul Scholes. The pundits over at casumo kupongkod reckon that the chances of a similar generattion coming through at the same time, together, are in the thousands to one.

However, Jose Mourinho has a track record of purchasing expensive players provided they suit in his system. Whatever strategy Mourinho might favor, Manchester United fans will be hopeful that the Portuguese managers will be able to bring back the glory days to Manchester following the disappointment with David Moyes and Louis van Gaal.