Sir Alex Ferguson may vouch for Ryan Giggs to become the next permanent manager of Manchester United, but it seems, the new manager has already been decided, though the club refused to comment anything about it.
Last week, Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf claimed that Holland manager Louis van Gaal will become the next manager of Manchester United and the 62-year-old will take charge at Old Trafford after he steps down as Dutch national coach at the end of the World Cup in Brazil.
Van Gaal is hopeful that a deal will be sealed this week, as the Holland national coach wants to complete the paper works before starting his official World Cup preparations on 7th May.
According to reports from The Guardian, Van Gaal’s advisers deny terms have already been agreed with United but it is understood that an announcement can be made within this week.
Van Gaal is expected to bring Patrick Kluivert as part of his coaching staff but the Dutchman could allow Ryan Giggs, the interim manager, to be his No2 at Old Trafford.