Frank de Boer set to land Holland job to become Ronald Koeman’s successor after he left national team to become Barcelona boss
- Holland are reportedly close to naming ex-Dutch defender Frank de Boer as boss
- The Dutch national team have been without a manager since Ronald Koeman left
- Manager Koeman departed to take charge of LaLiga giants Barcelona in August
Holland are reportedly close to naming former Dutch defender Frank de Boer as Ronald Koeman’s successor.
The Dutch national team have been without a manager since Koeman left the role to become Barcelona boss in August.
Dwight Lodeweges has been in charge for the interim but De Boer is expected to land the position on a permanent basis, according to RTL Nieuws.
Holland are reportedly close to naming former Dutch defender Frank de Boer as manager
The Dutch national team have been without a boss since Ronald Koeman left the position
Holland are looking to make an appointment before the next break for international football in October.
The 50-year-old boss, who has managed Ajax, Inter Milan and Crystal Palace, earned 112 caps for Holland as a player between 1990 and 2004.
De Boer is currently out of work after leaving MLS side Atlanta United earlier this summer.
Koeman, who replaced Quique Setien in the Nou Camp hotseat last month, was at the helm of the Holland national side for two years and guided them to finish as runners-up in the UEFA Nations League last year.
Holland recorded a win over Poland and a loss to Italy on their return to this year’s competition earlier this month.
De Boer earned 112 caps for Holland as a player between 1990 and 2004 and captained side
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