The League One side have so far refused to comment on whether or not talks have been held with the ex-star, but according to BBC Radio, Scholes has been contacted and spoken to by officials at the club.
Another former United midfielder, Richie Wellens, is now interim manager and has spoken of his desire to take on the role full time having won all three matches in charge. Wellens has led Latics to three straight victories since taking the helm, following impressive victories at home to high flyers Peterborough United and away at Portsmouth.
Scholes lives in the town and has been spotted at Boundary Park a number of times over the years.Читайте также: Oil prices sink after International Energy Agency's outlook
The Latics are now 19th in the table but have won their last two league games, including their 2-1 victory at Portsmouth last time out.
An eclectic mix of managers have been linked with the struggling Latics, including Clarence Seedorf, Billy Davies, Darren Ferguson, Alan Stubbs, and Pablo Correa, but Oldham could now opt to go down the rookie route with Schloes.
Senior players have requested a meeting with chairman Simon Corney, which is set to take place on Thursday. "I just did not feel this was the right time".
As much as Man Utd fans have enjoyed the idea of Scholes being back in football, judging from social media the Oldham fans are not too convinced. Rules state that a person may not have an association with two clubs, although permission can be sought.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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