Ryan Giggs has been interviewed for the vacant Wales national team manager’s job, according to Sky sources.

Wales have been without a manager since Chris Coleman stepped down in November to take over at Sunderland.

Giggs, a former captain of his country, told Sky Sports last month that Wales was one of the jobs which could tempt him back into football.

The 44-year-old earned 64 Wales caps during his distinguished playing career with Manchester United, who he managed for four games on an interim basis in 2014.

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He subsequently worked as an assistant at United for two years under Louis van Gaal but left when Jose Mourinho took charge in the summer of 2016.

Giggs has been without a club since then, although he held meetings with Swansea about their vacancy in the autumn of 2016, before the Swans ultimately went in another direction.