I believe Paul Scholes will have an important role next season which I believe it’s his last before retiring from football. Young players such as Darron Gibson and Rodrigo Possebon still have much to learn from the legend.
At age of 34 years old, People would say that Scholes has nothing new to give for United, but as I said his experience is the key to help the team bouncing back as United looking for another good season under the management of Sir Alex Fergueson.
A move to play with Stoke City with a coaching rule sounds good for a player of Scholes’s age. But is this the way to treat a club legend??
Manchester United won’t prevent Paul Scholes from joining the backroom staff at Old Trafford after his retirement like what they did with Brian McLaren and Ole Gunnar Solskjær. So the wise decision is to keep Scholes at Old Trafford for his last season and enjoy his accurate shots and assists!