Former Netherlands international Patrick Kluivert insists that reports linking him to the vacant Huddersfield Town manager's post are "based on nothing".
Former Netherlands international Patrick Kluivert has dismissed speculation that he is interested in becoming the new Huddersfield Town manager.
The Championship side are without a boss after parting company with Mark Robins after the opening match of the season.
The retired striker, who had spells at Barcelona, Newcastle United and Ajax during his career, wrote on Twitter: "All the rumours are suggestions based on nothing."
Kluivert was part of Louis van Gaal's coaching set-up for the Dutch national side at this summer's World Cup.
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