Paul Scholes in line to take over at Oldham Athletic

Paul Scholes in line to take over at Oldham Athletic

Paul Scholes in line to take over at Oldham Athletic

Latics, who are now 19th in the League One table, have been in search of a new manager since John Sheridan left in September.

Paul Scholes has held talks with Oldham Athletic over the vacant manager's job at Boundary Park.

The ex-England worldwide, who has worked as a television pundit since retiring from his playing career in 2013, is a boyhood Oldham fan.

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Oldham have also spoken to Clarence Seedorf about the manager's job, although the former Netherlands worldwide is now out of the running.

According to several media reports, the League One outfit is keen to make Scholes their manager, although no official confirmation has come from the club.

Oldham are now under the stewardship of interim boss Richie Wellens, who has been credited with showing interest in taking charge of the club on a permanent basis.

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The Oldham job is vacant after John Sheridan was sacked on 25 September. "I just did not feel this was the right time".

At the start of this year, Scholes took youth training sessions at Oldham as part of work towards his Uefa A coaching licence.

Scholes, 42, retired from playing in 2013 after spending all his professional career at Manchester United where he won numerous trophies.

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Along old United colleagues Ryan Giggs, Gary Neville, Phil Neville and Nicky Butt, Scholes owns a stake in non-league side Salford City.

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