Virgil Van Djik admits he no longer wants to become a manager after he retires.
According to the champions league winner,he previously aimed of managing a football team
At the beginning of my career I thought I would be a manager but at this point of time I don’t think I will became a manager. Vigil told Optus sports.He continued briefing managerial work as he linked it to people involved in footballing.
The world can be very crucial… There are alot of people that carries opinions which can affect you. If you have the choice, you would rather be in those kinds of situations.
Speaking extensively in the interview, he showed out another talent he has taking away football.
But I think I will will definitely be involved in football. I won’t be a pundit because you need to say a lot about certain things you might not even wants to. We’ll see, I think I have a good eye for sporting talent so maybe I’ll do something like that. He ended narrowly.