Thursday, 1 May 2014

Manchester United's new manager Louis van Gaal set to be appointed next Wednesday

Louis van Gaal is set to be confirmed as Manchester United's new manager next Wednesday.
The Holland coach has agreed to succeed David Moyes, who was sacked 10 days ago, and is understood to have struck a two-year deal to take over at the Old Trafford giants.

United are poised to confirm Van Gaal's appointment after their final home game of the season, against Hull on Tuesday, leaving him free to focus on Holland's World Cup campaign.
The Dutch squad meets for its first pre-World Cup training camp on Wednesday and Van Gaal wanted his future resolved by then to ensure nothing was allowed to compromise their campaign in Brazil.
Unconfirmed reports from Holland claimed Patrick Kluivert, Van Gaal's No.2 in the Holland set-up, had agreed to join him as assistant boss at United.
Van Gaal is expected to bring with him a trusted team of coaching staff that includes goalkeeping coach Frans Hoek, physio Jos van Dijk and video analyst Max Reckers.
Former Ajax, Barcelona and Bayern Munich boss Van Gaal, 62, will have up to £150million to spend this summer on re-establishing United as title contenders and getting them back into the Champions League.

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