Guus Hiddink, the former coach of Anzhi Makhachkala, will take full control of the Dutch national team after the 2014 World Cup final in Brazil, according to Goal.com.
He has reportedly signed a new four-year contract to be at the helm of the Dutch national team after the tenure of current coach, Louis van Gaal comes to an end next year.
The 67-year old had previously coached The Netherlands for four years and helped the team to reach the World Cup semi finals in 1994 and went on to coach South Korea, Australia, Turkey and Russia.
Sources say that the Dutchman will take full control of the national team for two years and later will become the technical director for another two years.
The widely travelled coach left his post at Anzhi Makhachkala last July and was linked with recently vacated manager's job at Premier League side Tottenham Hotspur until he was linked with the Holland job.
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