The Dutchman officially takes the reigns at his new job.
Despite being confirmed as David Moyes’ successor on May 19, due to his commitments with the Netherlands national team Louis van Gaal has only just arrived for his first day as Manchester United manager.
The 62-year-old led the Dutch to third at the recent 2014 World Cup, being in charge of his last game with the country on Saturday as they beat Brazil 3-0 in the third place playoff.
Now just four days later and van Gaal is at Old Trafford to be pictured as Red Devils boss alongside assistant Ryan Giggs and chief executive Ed Woodward.
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