According to the Sunday People Dutch boss Louis van Gaal is in line to replace David Moyes at Manchester United.
In an article titled “Van Utd”, the red-top claim that “Louis van Gaal is keen to succeed under fire Moyes at Old Trafford”.
Getting into the meat of the article, the piece by Dean Jones reads like a come-and-get-me plea from the experienced Dutch manager, while there is little to suggest that the Glazers and the boardroom at Manchester United are serious considering swapping Moyes for Van Gaal. That said, the article claims:
Louis van Gaal would jump at the chance to become Manchester United boss if under-fire David Moyes is axed.
Moyes is under increasing pressure at Old Trafford and Hilland manager Van Gaal is part of a contingency plan being considered by Unitd cheifs if Moyes cannot halt the club’s decline.
For the record, van Gaal’s contract with the Dutch national team expires after the 2014 World Cup, while the manager has been heavily linked to Tottenham following the sacking of Andre Villas-Boas in December.
Just recently van Gaal told reporters:
I will definitely not be in charge for the Euro 2016 qualification campaign. I don’t know where I will go next, normally I go with my pension, and go to live in Portugal, but maybe there will come a new challenge.
I have said before that a challenge should be a club in the Premier League. That’s a challenge, maybe Tottenham are coming but, first, we have to go to Brazil.
Van Gaal has won the lot during his epic managerial career including winning the Bundesliga with Bayern Munich, La Liga with Barcelona, and the Eredivisie, UEFA Cup, UEFA Super Cup, and the Champions League with Ajax.
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