Ryan Giggs is set to leave Manchester United this summer, according to Sky sources, 25 years after he made his debut for the club. Christopher Nkunku Paris Saint-Germain Jersey . The former winger spent last season as Louis van Gaals assistant but, following the Dutchmans sacking and Jose Mourinhos subsequent appointment, Giggs is also seemingly on his way out to pursue his own managerial career. Wednesday, March 2 marked 25 years to the day since Giggs Manchester United debut against Everton at Old Trafford. Then 17, the young Welshman started a journey that would lead to a club-record 963 appearances, including 13 Premier League titles, two Champions Leagues and four FA Cups.To celebrate his quarter-century at the club, Sky Sports takes a look at 25 facts that help define his remarkable time at United... Giggs scored on his full league debut against Man City - Giggs was signed by United on July 9, 1990 and was offered his first professional contract on the day he turned 17 - November 29, 1990.- In his early teenage years, he attended Manchester Citys school of excellence.- Giggs made his debut as a first-half substitute for the injured Denis Irwin against Everton in March 1991. United lost the match 2-0. Giggs was Louis van Gaals assistant manager - He scored his first senior goal on his full league debut against Man City in a 1-0 win for United at Old Trafford two months later.- That was the first of 672 top-flight appearances for the Red Devils (Division One and Premier League), of which 117 came as a substitute.- He made 632 Premier League appearances, the most in the competitions history. Giggs is Uniteds all-time record appearance maker - Giggs scored in all but one of his 22 seasons in the first-team - despite making 22 appearances during his final campaign (2013/14), he failed to find the net.- He took charge as interim player-manager following David Moyes departure, and made his final appearance for United in a 3-1 victory over Hull City at Old Trafford in May 2014. Giggs brought himself on to replace Tom Lawrence after 70 minutes. Then interim manager, Giggs brought himself on for his final appearance against Hull in 2014 - He ended his career with 109 Premier League goals, two more than former team-mate Paul Scholes. That places him 20th in the leagues all-time scoring list.- In the top 20 all-time Premier League top scorers, only two players who have played for a single Premier League club have scored more - Thierry Henry for Arsenal (175) and Steven Gerrard for Liverpool (120). - His club-record 963 appearances is 205 more than second-place Sir Bobby Charlton.- He surpassed Charltons mark of 758 appearances on the same night he won his second Champions League - in Moscow on May 21, 2008 as United beat Chelsea on penalties. Giggs scored what turned out to be the winning spot-kick against Chelsea in the 2008 Champions League final - Giggs scored what proved to be the decisive spot-kick in that penalty shoot-out victory over Chelsea.- In total, he hit 168 goals for the club - good enough for sixth on Uniteds all-time goalscoring chart, and 11 behind George Best in fifth.- His total of 13 Premier League goals during the 1993/94 season was the highest single-season tally of his career.- Giggs won 34 trophies as a player, making him the most decorated in English football history. Giggs came on as a second-half substitute as he won his second Champions League trophy in Moscow - United beat Red Star Belgrade in the 1991 European Super Cup to earn Giggs his first senior trophy, while his last came in the 2013 Community Shield. United beat Wigan 2-0 at Wembley.- He was twice named PFA Young Player of the Year (1991/92, 1992/93), and was named in the PFA Team of the Year six times (1992/93, 1997/98, 2000/01, 2001/02, 2006/07, 2008/09).- Giggs never received a red card while playing for United, although he did get sent off for Wales against Norway in 2001 after two yellow cards. Giggs scored Uniteds first Champions League group stage goal in 1994 - Only Iker Casillas (156), Xavi (151) and Raul (142) have made more Champions League appearances (141).- Giggs is the only player to score in 16 different Champions League campaigns. He scored his first in 1994 against IFK Goteborg and his last against Benfica September 2011.- His strike against Goteborg after 33 minutes on September 14, 1994 was Uniteds first Champions League group stage goal. He added a second in the same game shortly after as United beat their Swedish opponents 4-2. Giggs celebrates FA Cup success with Peter Schmeichel, Paul Scholes and Andrew Cole - His goal against Benfica, at 37 years and 290 days, briefly made Giggs the oldest scorer in Champions League history, but Francesco Tottis strike against Man City in September 2014 broke that record. Totti was 38 years and three days.- France legend and current Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane once said of Giggs: If he was French, I would have been on the bench!- Giggs was given an OBE for his services to football in 2007. Also See: Giggs to leave United What would Ibrahimovic bring? Angel Di Maria Jersey .C. -- After a listless first half, the Washington Wizards used a big third quarter run to beat the Charlotte Bobcats Bradley Beal scored 21 points and the Wizards used a 17-0 run in the third quarter to take control of what had been a close game and beat the Bobcats 97-83 on Tuesday night. 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On Tuesday, it was announced that Jones was bringing four members of last years Argo staff with him to Edmonton. Steve McAdoo was Torontos o-line coach for the past four seasons and becomes Edmontons new offensive coordinator. Ed Philions first year coaching in the CFL was last year with the Argos defensive line, the same group hell coach with the Eskies. Two young assistant coaches, Jason Shivers and Craig Davoren leave Ontario to become defensive backs coach and offensive assistant coach respectively. Scott Milanovich replaced Jones with former Winnipeg head coach Tim Burke, but now has a lot of vacancies on the staff. Was he surprised at all with the number of defections? "Not at all," Milanovich told TSN.ca. "I knew a week after the season who was going." The coach says that at some point after the season Eskies GM Ed Hervey called Jim Barker, his Toronto counterpart, and asked for permission. Its an expected part of life on the coaching carousel. 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The return game, the halo, the number of snaps you take on special teams makes it more of a position that needs CFL or CIS experience." The search continues and Milanovich says the club has focsed on several candidates. "I have spoken to maybe four or five" continued the coach. "Ive dug around and asked about six or seven others and have asked other guys for their opinions." Historically the CIS has been snubbed as a breeding ground for CFL coaches, though Mike OShea named long-time Queens DC Pat Tracey as the Bombers special teams coach. Would Milanovich have a problem going that route? "Not for the right guy." Milanovich hopes to have that guy, and the rest of his new staff assembled in the next two to three weeks. He hopes to announce the entire staff at the same time. 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