Louis Van Gaal says he will love to coach Manchester United before he is “done as a coach”.
He was in charge of the Old Trafford side from July, 2014 and left in May, 2016.
The former Netherlands manager has however said he wants to rejoin United.
“I most likely won’t coach any club again,” Van Gaal told popular daily tabloid De Telegraaf.
“But if I do, it has to be a large English club, because I have unfinished business with Manchester United.”
According to Dutch media reports he had received many lucrative offers including a three-year, multi-million-euro contract in the Far East, most likely China.
In January, he had said he was quitting coaching but changed his mind after two days.
“Then I will decide. It depends also on the offers I get,” Van Gaal said then.
Van Gaal won the FA Cup with the team during his stay after he took over from Alex Ferguson.