A Manchester United fanzine claims that Albert Stuivenberg will join the coaching staff at Old Trafford.
New Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has reportedly added Albert Stuivenberg to his coaching team at Old Trafford.
When the 62-year-old was appointed the United boss back in May, it was confirmed that Frans Hoek and Marcel Bout would also join as coaches, while Ryan Giggs accepted the role as assistant manager.
However, they will now be accompanied by current Dutch Under-21 coach Stuivenberg, according to Red News.
The report added that because of his current employment, United may have to pay compensation to the Dutch Football Association for the 44-year-old.
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