Original source: The Independent
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Contract until: June 2017
According to The Independent, the Dutch Football Association want Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal to head up the operation to rebuild their national team, by becoming technical director at the helm of the nation’s enhanced football centre of excellence, work on which will be completed this summer. The report also suggests that Dutch FA will attempt to unite van Gaal’s experience with current director of professional football, Bert van Oostveen. The 64-year-old tactician was confirmed to replace David Moyes as the new manager for the Red Devils on 19 May 2014. He signed a three-year contract coming into effect after the 2014 World Cup.
- The Dutchman’s unfortunate second season at Old Trafford has led to growing belief that the Dutchman will not find himself seeing out his contract by managing the third season.
- Personally, it will not be a bad move for the former Barcelona and Bayern Munich manager. He has always said that he is proud to help the Dutch national team in the search for success but has also said that managing Manchester United will be his last managing task.
- There’s an actual crisis in Dutch football as they failed to qualify for this summer’s European Championships. Stars like Arjen Robben, Robin Van Persie and Wesley Sneijder are all over 30 and there’s necessity to find their quality replacement, While LvG’s ability to discover promising and talented players could be a major boost for his country to regain the domination in the World football.
Considering these facts, Gib Football Show concludes that the rumours claiming ‘Massive Mourinho Boost, as LVG Received a New Job Offer’ are ‘mostly true’.