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Manchester United hold positive Van Gaal talks

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Manchester United have held positive talks with Dutch coach Louis van Gaal, but are still considering other candidates to take over as the top boss at Old Trafford, according to Sky Sports

If reports are to be believed, the Red Devils hierarchy have already held discussions with the ex-Barcelona manager, as they look to replace David Moyes. 

However, it appears that the club are still looking at other candidates, with temporary manager Ryan Giggs potentially in the frame. 

Additionally, the likes of Diego Simeone and Jurgen Klopp could all be in the frame for the position at The Theatre of Dreams. 

Giggs, who is still a player for the club, enjoyed a fine start to his reign this past weekend, as Manchester United comfortably beat Norwich City at Old Trafford. 

Meanwhile the likes of Simeone and Klopp have enjoyed success on the European stage in recent time, at Atletico and Dortmund respectively. 

It still appears that Van Gaal is in the driving seat to take over at Manchester United, but the club could yet look down a different route. 

Manchester United fans will be hoping that the club secure a deal for a new manager in the near future, ahead of what could be an extremely busy summer transfer window for the club. 

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