Louis van Gaal has been appointed as the new Manchester United manager, with interim manager Ryan Giggs named as his right-hand man. What will be the future once the 62-year old Dutchman leaves Old Trafford, though?
In an ideal world for the Old Trafford faithful, the probable Van Gaal regime would be littered with success in a sustainable amount of time with a natural successor waiting in the wings, somebody who knows the club and is a proven managerial success.
Ryan Giggs, who managed United to seven points from four matches and was amongst the field to take over full-time from David Moyes, will be a favourite once more to take over the reins when Van Gaal retires.
Of course, should the managerial position be opened publicly once more, speculation will blow a hole right through social media and news broadcasts—as it has done twice in a year.
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