Louis van Gaal odds-on to leave Man United after West Ham collapse

Louis van Gaal is 8/13 to leave Manchester United after West Ham collapse, according to Ladbrokes

Louis van Gaal is just 8/13 to vacate the Manchester United hotseat this summer following last night’s defeat to West Ham, according to Ladbrokes.

The Hammers’ late comeback was seen by many as a death knell for the United boss, whose Champions League hopes now hang by a thread.

Jose Mourinho is 2/7 favourite to take over at Old Trafford, despite Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino enjoying a dinner date with Sir Alex Ferguson this week.

The Argentine is 6/1 to swap north London for Greater Manchester, while Ryan Giggs is also 6s and Southampton coach Ronald Koeman 14/1.

Richard Marsh of Ladbrokes News said: “Victory last night could have bought Van Gaal another season, but in tandem with his side’s defensive collapse, the Dutchman’s reign is reaching a drab and underwhelming conclusion.”

Ladbrokes latest betting

Louis van Gaal odds

To leave Manchester United before the start of 2016/17 season – 8/13
To be in charge of Manchester United at the start of 2016/17 season – 6/5

Next Permanent Manchester United manager at start of 2016/17 season

Jose Mourinho – 2/7
Laurent Blanc – 9/2
Ryan Giggs- 6/1
Mauricio Pochettino – 6/1
Ronald Koeman – 14/1

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