Old Trafford side to appoint Dutch national team coach in matter of weeks.
Dutch national team coach Louis van Gaal is reportedly set to be unveiled as successor to sacked Man United boss David Moyes and the Daily Star claims the experienced manager has already given his seal of approval to moves for three quality summer signings.
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The 62 year old hopes to secure a £7m a year deal to take over at Old Trafford and wants a deal in place in a matter of weeks so that he can then concentrate on his national team duties with the 2014 World Cup finals looming large.
Van Gaal will be joined by his own back-room staff with Ryan Giggs also set to be involved in the management team once the former Barcelona, Ajax and Bayern Munich manager takes the hot-seat.
Louis van Gaal has given the go ahead to chief executive Ed Woodward to continue with advances for Southampton teenager Luke Shaw, Borussia Dortmund attacker Marco Reus and PSG striker Edinson Cavani.
Man United will look to invest heavily in their squad this summer but may be hampered in their pursuit of some targets due to the fact that the Premier League side do not have the carrot of Champions League football to offer any prospective addition.
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