AC Milan legend Clarence Seedorf has emerged as a potential successor to Danny Blind with the Dutch national team, report Calciomercato.
Seedorf carved his name into the footballing hall of fame through his illustrious career. The Dutchman played for some of the biggest teams in the world, such as Ajax, Real Madrid, Inter Milan and AC Milan.
Playing with those monumental clubs gave him the opportunity to fill his trophy cabinet to the brim. Seedorf won 21 major trophies during his career, including five league titles and four Champions Leagues.
Since hanging up his boots, Seedorf has become a manager. Despite an unsuccessful spell at former club AC Milan, it appears as though the 40-year-old could be handed a chance to showcase his managerial ability.
Calciomercato report that the Netherlands national team are lining Seedorf up as a potential successor to Danny Blind, who was removed from his position after a 2-0 defeat to Bulgaria. Calciomercato believe that former Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal and Frank de Boer are also in the running.