RYAN Giggs says that Wales could play Nations League triple-headers when the go-ahead is given for international football.

Giggs should have been mulling over his squad for the European Championships but the coronavirus pandemic has led to that being pushed back to the summer of 2021.

Wales also have Nations League encounters to slot into their schedule after being drawn with the Republic of Ireland, Finland and Bulgaria, while qualification for the 2022 World Cup is also on the horizon.

The six match days for the Nations League were set in September, October and November but coronavirus will lead to a re-think, especially as the Irish and Bulgarians were set for play-offs for the Euros.

"It's strange for us as we were looking forward to the Euros this summer which has now been put back a year," said Giggs to Sky Sports.

"It's not the end of the world and we want people to get back to normality sooner rather than later.

"For me, it's not as problematic as it is and has been for managers in the Premier League. I have just got to plan further ahead than I normally would and we'll get back to work when the Premier League starts."

"The play-offs for the Euros needs to be played and we have the Nations League as well," continued the Manchester United legend.

"This is an important time for international football and we've now got a condensed calendar with the Euros and the World Cup calendar.

"There has to be a plan - short term, medium term and long term - for international football because of all the football that needs to be played.

"There could be triple headers in autumn, and then a small window for play-offs."