Louis van Gaal would think about taking over at Borussia Dortmund if approached but believes it is unlikely that he will be the man to replace Peter Bosz.

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After the 2-1 defeat to Werder Bremen, Bosz is set to be sacked by Dortmund on Sunday, with a press conference called for 11am.

Louis van Gaal was a guest on De Tafel van Kees and was asked what he would do if he receives a phone call from Dortmund to succeed his fellow Dutchman.

He said, “No, I think Dortmund is not comparable with Bayern Munich.

“I have already closed that, I also had an offer from Bayer Leverkusen, who wants to train young talents and is therefore perfectly suited for me, but I did not do that either.”

“Nowadays you do not get much time anymore if you want to make a big club out of a small club, so you can not really build up.

“I would not say no, I always think about it first, because that’s how I am, I would not say something like that in an emotion, but I probably will not do it.”




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