Manchester United have sacked Louis Van Gaal after just two years in charge, reports in England claim.
Reports doing the rounds stated that the 64-year-old Dutchman was given the news by Executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward at a meeting at United’s Carrington training ground on Monday — less than 48 hours after he led the team to FA Cup glory.
It was revealed that Van Gaal was given the boot alongside his backroom staff and is likely to be replaced by former Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho.
Meanwhile, United are expected to release a statement at 1pm to confirm the announcement, which will also confirm the departure of assistant coach Albert Stuivenberg and goalkeeping coach Frans Hoek
In his two years, Van Gaal led United to fourth and then fifth place finishes in the Premier League.
He failed to get out of this season's Champions League group and was then knocked out of the Europa League by Liverpool.