Following his dismissal yesterday as Manchester United’s Head Coach, Louis Van Gaal, has been given a £5 million pay-off on top of £400,000 for winning the FA Cup.
His exit comes just two days after the Dutchman led them to victory over Crystal Palace in the FA Cup final.
Van Gaal’s sack is believed to have been as a result of his failure to qualify United for the UEFA Champions League coupled with a poor Premier League campaign.
His Dutch coaching staff including United’s Assistant Coach, Albert Stuivenberg, and goalkeeper coach, Frans Hoek, also left the club with immediate effect.
According to Daily Mail, Manchester United’s Executive Vice-Chairman, Ed Woodward, arrived the Carrington training complex to inform Van Gaal that he will no longer continue as manager as they look to appoint Mourinho as his successor.
Van Gaal arrived at Carrington at 8.45am. His entire coaching staff were also present as they learned of their fate.
His trusted performance analyst, Max Reckers, who caused friction within the Manchester United family, has also been shown the exit door.

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