Monday, 23 May 2016


Louis van Gaal left Manchester United’s team hotel in London on Sunday telling Sky Sports “it’s over.”
United insist, however, Van Gaal’s comments on Sunday were referring purely to the season being “over” – not his reign as United boss.

Sky sources understand Jose Mourinho is set to succeed Van Gaal as United manager, with his agent Jorge Mendes due to fly into the UK on Tuesday for talks.
Van Gaal’s won the FA Cup with Manchester United on Saturday at Wembley after beating Crystal Palace 2-1 after extra time – which may have been the Dutchman’s final game in charge.
Sky Sports James Cooper wished Van Gaal good luck to which he replied, “No, no – it’s over.” 

United have no plans for a victory parade in Manchester, and the club are believed to be angry that news of Mourinho’s potential appointment has overshadowed the club’s first FA Cup win since 2004 and first piece of silverware since the departure of Sir Alex Ferguson.
With Rafa Benitez set to remain at Newcastle, Carlo Ancelotti confirmed for Bayern Munich and Pep Guardiola already a Mancehester City manager,  Manchester United is in need of top class coach if they are sack Louis Van Gaal 

Reports also suggesting that the Glazer family, who own Manchester United, are reportedly putting measures in place ahead of Ryan Giggs’ appointment as the club’s next manager.

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