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Van Gaal says he’d be 'better off' at Arsenal in spoof vid

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Louis van Gaal is odds on to become the next manager of Manchester United with some reports even claiming the experienced Dutchman has already agreed a contract. But in a brilliant spoof produced by talkSPORT, Van Gaal dismisses the link and claims he would be better off taking the Arsenal job.

Van Gaal has been linked with the position for a number of weeks and has been identified as the leading contender since the departure of David Moyes but, it would appear, the Netherlands coach is not too enthused by the reports.

The footage comes from the archive and shows Van Gaal storming off a TV set (although we’re unsure if he did it as a joke or not) and, while the initial incident was a result of him being replaced as an analyst, this time it is due to the suggestion he would manage Manchester United.

Van Gaal claims Manchester United have been rubbish, laments the face Ryan Giggs is still playing at 40 and questions whether or not he will be required to pull his boots on himself. But, perhaps most damaging of all, Van Gaal says he might as well move to the Emirates Stadium to replace Arsene Wenger at Arsenal.

Check out the video above, and our thanks go to talkSPORT for this gem.

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