Dutch Coach Louis Van Gaal wants to be Manchester United F.C. Manager

Updated: 08 May 2014 18:49 IST

The 62-year-old Louis Van Gaal has long been the leading candidate to become the next full-time manager of the struggling English champions since Manchester United F.C. sacked David Moyes.

Dutch Coach Louis Van Gaal wants to be Manchester United F.C. Manager
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Louis Van Gaal said on Wednesday he wants to be the new manager of Manchester United. (Man United Deny Reports of Van Gaal taking over)

"I would love the job," the Netherlands boss, speaking at the start of a three-day Dutch World Cup training camp," told the BBC on Wednesday.

"I hope that I shall be the one," added van Gaal, who also said United were the "biggest club in the world".

The 62-year-old has long been the leading candidate to become the next full-time manager of the struggling English champions since United sacked David Moyes. (Van Gaal may be Man United manager: report)

United, who have failed to qualify for next term's Champions League, are currently under the caretaker charge of 40-year-old club great Ryan Giggs, still an active player. (David Moyes says he is 'proud' of Manchester United tenure)

Sunday sees United play their final Premier League game of the season, away to Southampton, and there have been several reports in the British press that van Gaal will be announced as their new full-time manager next week. (Ryan Giggs replaces David Moyes as interim manager at Manchester United)

Topics : Football
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