Ryan made more appearances and won more honours than any other player in Manchester United’s illustrious history.
He remained a one-club man representing Manchester United in a career spanning 963 appearances and 24 years, including 64 caps for his home country, Wales.
With 34 career trophies, he ranks as not only Manchester United’s most decorated player, but also, the most decorated player in the game, with a list of honours including; 13 Premier League titles, two Champions League titles, four FA Cup wins, one UEFA Super Cup, victory, one FIFA Club World Cup, one Intercontinental Cup, nine FA Community Shields and three Football League Cups.
He also won two PFA Player of the Year Awards and was also captain of the GB team in the London 2012 Olympics.
In May 2014 he was appointed assistant manager of Manager of Manchester United under former Dutch coach Louis Van Gaal before being appointed at Wales Team Manager in January 2018.
Ryan became a Laureus Academy Member in April 2018.