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April 26 (Reuters) - Louis van Gaal and Manchester United have agreed to the Dutch coach taking over as the club's manager next season once he has completed the World Cup in Brazil with the Netherlands, the De Telegraaf newspaper reported on Saturday.
The Dutch daily said first talks between the parties began a fortnight ago, before the sacking of David Moyes, and that an agreement was reached on Friday night after talks with one of the Glazer brothers, club director Ed Woodward, and a club lawyer at Van Gaal's holiday home in Portugal.
The America-based Glazer family own Manchester United and would give Van Gaal a budget of 100 million Euros to spend on new players, it said on its website (telegraaf.nl).
Dutch broadcaster NOS quoted national team media officer Kees Jansma as saying on its website (nos.nl): "He told me that nothing definite has happened but there has been discussions. He expects to be able to say something not later than next week."
Manchester United, however, denied they had done a deal with Van Gaal.
"There is nothing to report," United said in a statement. "We have not signed a new manager. When we have something to report, we will announce it."
Van Gaal has been the bookies' runaway favourite to take over after the sacking of Moyes this week.
Former manager Alex Ferguson has, however, backed, interim manager Ryan Giggs, whose first match in charge is against Norwich City on Saturday, as the club's full-time boss, British media reported. [ID: nL3N0NI06J] (Reporting by Mark Gleeson; additional reporting by Toby Davis; Editing by Sudipto Ganguly)