SWANSEA want Louis van Gaal to save them from the drop, according to reports. The rock-bottom Welshmen sacked Paul Clement yesterday ahead of a crucial clash against fellow strugglers Crystal Palace. And according to The Mirror, Swans chiefs think former Manchester United chief Van Gaal is the man to save their season. A manager with Premier League experience is believed to be a must, with Slaven Bilic and Ronald Koeman also on the radar. But Welsh tactician Tony Pulis is not expected to land the role despite his reputation as a fire fighter. Van Gaal, 66, has not managed since being axed by United in 2016 but claimed the right job could bring him back into football at the weekend.
Swansea want Louis van Gaal to replace axed Paul Clement with Slaven Bilic also in the frame
The Sun | Dec 21