Dutch national team boss primed and ready to take over at White Hart Lane after the 2014 World Cup finals.
Tottenham are reportedly ready to appoint Dutch national team boss Louis van Gaal as their manager at the end of the current campaign according to the Daily Express.
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White Hart Lane chairman Daniel Levy held talks with the experienced former Barcelona and Bayern Munich manager prior to appointing Tim Sherwood as the successor to Andre Villas-Boas last year.
Efforts to bring in the 62 year old failed but should Tottenham fail to secure a top four finish Sherwood will apparently be axed and Van Gaal is in place to take the hot-seat following the 2014 World Cup finals.
Louis van Gaal has made it abundantly clear he wants to return to club management, stating recently;
“I am a winner and craving a trophy. This is why I am sick of being a national coach. I only see the players eight times a year. I am not enjoying the job of national coach at all.
“After the World Cup I want to coach a big club again and win trophies. Otherwise I will retire.”
Prior to taking over as Holland national team boss van Gaal had six domestic titles in three countries as well as a Champions League triumph with Ajax back in 1995.
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