Manchester United have remained silent about their new manager and might wait until next week to make an announcement.
Louis van Gaal says his future is up in the air, despite reports linking him with the Manchester United manager's job.
Sky sources understand an announcement confirming Louis van Gaal as Manchester United manager is not expected this week.
Former Holland international Bryan Roy believes Louis van Gaal would thrive as manager of Manchester United.
Bryan Robson insists Manchester United must force Louis van Gaal to retain the services of Ryan Giggs.
Ex-Manchester United striker Louis Saha believes Ryan Giggs should be given longer to prove his managerial worth.
Anders Lindegaard has backed Ryan Giggs to become permanent Manchester United manager, likening him to Pep Guardiola.
Gary Neville would like Man Utd to appoint a British boss - and called for Ryan Giggs to get more of a chance.
Manchester United are considering other candidates to be their new manager, despite positive talks with Louis van Gaal.
Louis van Gaal is remaining coy on talk that he is poised to become Manchester United's new manager.
Manchester United have told Sky Sports they have not signed a deal with Louis van Gaal to become their new manager.
Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti has said that he does not want to become the Manchester United manager next season.
Manchester United and David Moyes have agreed settlement terms following the manager's sacking earlier this week.
Steve Bruce says Ryan Giggs is unlikely to be daunted at the prospect of being the interim manager of Manchester United.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer believes his former team-mate Ryan Giggs possesses all the qualities to become a top manager in the future.
Ryan Giggs has admitted his pride at being given the chance to manage Manchester United for the rest of the season.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger believes Manchester United should have given David Moyes more time in the job.
Ryan Giggs admits it has been a difficult week, but says being named interim manager of Manchester United is the proudest moment of his career.
Arsene Wenger says David Moyes deserved more time in order to prove himself as a worthy successor to Sir Alex Ferguson.