The former Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger, is favourited at 11/8 to take charge of the Netherlands national team after it was announced that Ronald Koeman would become the next Barcelona manager.
The Frenchman has been working as the director of development at FIFA since last year after he stepped down as Arsenal manager in a mutual agreement with the club. Wenger stated later that he was "not finished" and would still like an opportunity to manage in the future.
In recent reports, the ex-Arsenal boss of 22 years has said to have offered his services to the Netherlands national team to become their new manager. Although according to talkSPORT, who interviewed Dutch expert Marcel van der Kraan, this is not the case at all.
However, with such an illustrious career in club management and a short break from that, perhaps making the move to international football is just right for him.