It was in the air for several weeks since the dismissal of David Moyes at 3 days of the end of the Premier League season. It is now official. Louis Van Gaal will be the manager of Manchester United next season. The appointment of Dutchman has been formalized Monday.
Van Gaal, 62, led notably the Netherlands and Germany and will join the Reds after the 2014 World Cup. He is the current coach of the Orange selection. It is committed to the club for 3 years.
At Old Trafford next year, he will be assisted by Ryan Giggs who has been acting this season right after the departure of Moyes. Frans Hoek and Marcel Bout will also be part of the staff.
CONFIRMED: Louis van Gaal will become #mufc manager after the World Cup. More: http://t.co/YBjnDdcRQI #vangaalmufc pic.twitter.com/RNjAbbvwVx
— Manchester United (@ManUtd) May 19, 2014
Van Gaal has won 19 trophies at club level, 1 fewer than Mourinho, 29 fewer than Sir Alex Ferguson, however 18 more than David Moyes. #MUFC
— Infostrada Sports (@InfostradaLive) May 19, 2014