Louis van Gaal Could Be Managing At The 2018 World Cup
Will we see Louis van Gaal at the 2018 World Cup?
Well, the veteran Dutch boss is reportedly in talks to take over a national side ahead of the summer footballing showpiece.
The 66-year-old has been out of work following his ruthless sacking from Manchester United in 2016, despite claiming silverware in the FA Cup.
His stint at Old Trafford preceded his incredible effort for the Netherlands in the 2014 World Cup.
He guided his nation to a third place finish in Brazil. But could he be back in management for the next World Cup?
van Gaal during the 2014 World Cup. Images: PA
It appears van Gaal is in contact with Football Federation Australia (FFA) about the Socceroos job.
Herald Sun claim Australia are also reportedly keeping tabs on Marcelo Bielsa, Jurgen Klinsmann, Bert van Marwijk and Luiz Felipe Scolari.
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van Gaal in charge of United. Images: PA
But the ex-Barcelona and Bayern Munich gaffer is the favourite to lead the Aussies charge in Russia according to bookies.
After securing a spot in Russia, manager Ange Postecoglou resigned from his post. A barrage of abuse from Australian commentators is the believed reason for wanting out.
Former Australia gaffer Postecoglou. Images: PA
FFA have held talks with a potential replacement ahead of naming their successor to Postecoglou.
van Gaal to Australia? Watch this space.
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