Charlton could finally lose his club record next week
Manchester United legend Sir Bobby Charlton believes 10-time title winner Ryan Giggs deserves to break his appearance record for the club.
Giggs equalled Charlton's club record of 758 games when he came off the bench to score in Sunday's 2-0 win at Wigan and seal the Premier League crown.
The 34-year-old could now break the record in the Champions League final against Chelsea in Moscow on 21 May.
Charlton said: "If I could choose someone to break it, it would be him."
Giggs, who made his debut for his only professional club back in 1991, will have the chance to add to his United appearance tally next term and Charlton added: "The day he came to Manchester United, I knew he was special.
"He is a great athlete, a great person and a great footballer. Nobody deserves to break records like he does.
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