The older of the Neville bros, Gary, hints he might only be involved in business and media this summer and not be working for any club.
Neville had invested in hotel business in 2015 and had also bought a sixth division side, not alone, but, in partnership with a few former teammates. However, he didn’t remain in England to supervise the progress of those projects and went outside the country for coaching work.
Now that Neville is back in the country, there are words around that a couple of clubs would come to him. It is understood that the delay in the naming of Sunderland’s support staff is only because they are planning to throw an offer to the 41-year old and United might also be planning for the same.
However, Neville suggests no matter whoever comes with an offer; there is no question of considering it as focussing on business is going to be his priority for now and probably for some time.
Neville might like to make his way back in the studio of the official broadcaster of PL too where he was a highly regarded figure until he parted ways with the channel last year because of the coaching assignment he took up in Spain.
However, the channel would welcome the Red Devils legend with open arms if he comes back as he is as good an analyst as any they have got and his presence on the pre and post-match programmes would only be appreciated by the viewers.
Neville, when he was working in the Spanish league, had stressed that coaching was something he was only doing for so much time and would not pursue with it as it isn’t his eventual target and he would like to do something else at some stage.