Advertisement
Friday 3 February 2023 Dublin: 10°C
John Walton/EMPICS Sport Scholes has made over 700 appearances for United.
# Deja Vu
Scholes prepared to come out of retirement - report
According to The Sun, the 37-year-old is willing to come out of retirement to help ease Alex Ferguson’s mounting injury concerns.

PAUL SCHOLES IS willing to come out of retirement in order to help ease Man United’s growing list of injuries, according to reports.

The Sun reports that Scholes was initially reluctant to make the move, however he is understood to have since changed his mind.

The player badly misses playing for United and continues to train every day with the reserves at the club’s Carrington base.

And with several United midfielders out injured including Darren Fletcher and Tom Cleverley, Scholes is said to be willing to do a job for the team if required.

The midfielder spent 14 years playing for United over the course of his career, making over 700 appearances for the club.

Read: Liveblog: Birmingham v Wolves>

Read: Liverpool embroiled in new racism row>

Your Voice
Readers Comments
7