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Manchester United have sacked Louis van Gaal as manager, according to reports.
After a disappointing campaign in terms of style and substance at Old Trafford, the door is now open for Jose Mourinho's return to management.
Before the celebrations had even subsided at Wembley on Saturday, United's FA Cup win was being overshadowed by fresh reports that Van Gaal was to be replaced by the former Chelsea boss in the coming days.
Louis Van Gaal arrived at Stockport railway station with his players amid growing speculation he is about to be replaced by Jose Mourinho as Manchester United manager.
After travelling home from London, fresh from the club's FA Cup success, Van Gaal refused to speak to the media but goalkeeper Sergio Romero told ITV Granada Reports the club "will miss a big coach".
Louis Van Gaal says he still has the support of Manchester United despite speculation that he could leave the club tonight.
Reports suggest defeat to Chelsea this evening would be the final straw for the Dutch manager, who's led United to their worst run of form for 25 years.
But Van Gaal insists the United board is still behind him.
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