"I have more problems with the CEO, Ed Woodward. He never discussed anything with me," said Louis van Gaal last week. A year-and-a-half after being replaced by Man Utd manager by Jose Mourinho, the Dutchman is still a little bit raw about how departure from Old Trafford occurred.
"With all my experience, I know the unwritten laws of football. A club has to prepare for the future. I can understand that and they should have approached me. Ed could talk to me but he did not," added Van Gaal.
The 66-year-old, who spent two years in charge at Old Trafford, says - bar one specific opportunity - he is unlikely to take up another managerial post.
Quoted by The Mirror, Van Gaal said that we would consider an offer from a big English club as it would give him to change to gain vengeance on Man Utd.
I will probably not manage a club anymore.
I would make one exception — if a big English club comes for me, than I would do it. Because then I can get the chance to get one over on Manchester United.
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