The Dutchman has been given his marching orders with a year left to run on his three-year deal, but Ryan Giggs’ future at the club remains in doubt
Louis van Gaal’s spell at Manchester United is over, after the Dutchman was sacked after two underwhelming years at Old Trafford.
The Dutchman arrived at Old Trafford on Monday morning, where he discussed the situation with Ed Woodward and his departure was confirmed.
Ryan Giggs’ future at the club is also in doubt, with the Welshman set to leave despite being offered a new coaching role at the club.
Jose Mourinho is set to be appointed as Van Gaal’s replacement, with the ex-Chelsea coach’s agent, Jorge Mendes, flying in this week to finalise the deal.