Gary Kirsten will hold talks on the role of England head coach, Sky Sports News understands.
Kirsten is the top candidate to substitute Trevor Bayliss, who stepped down following the Ashes series against Australia.
Sky Sports News knows that Giles is meeting with other hopefuls and the interview procedure is ongoing.
The 51-year-old has experience of global coaching, having enjoyed in his profession.
Giles has stated his preference for an Englishman as head trainer, with Chris Silverwood – that the present fast bowling coach – considered yet another front-runner due to his previous title-winning experience at Essex.
Surreys Alec Stewart is also linked with the role, as has England coach Graham Thorpe and Ireland coach Graham Ford.
Giles will hope to appoint a new head coach in time for Englands tour of New Zealand, which starts on November 1 with a T20 international in Christchurch.

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