Former Real Madrid midfielder Clarence Seedorf is in the running to become the new manager of English third tier side Oldham Athletic.
The Dutchman spent more than three seasons at the Bernabeu, making 159 appearances and winning four trophies including La Liga and the Champions League.
The 41-year-old, capped 87 times by his country, has had two previous spells as a manager – he was appointed Coach of Milan in January 2014 but was sacked after only four months.
In July 2016, he took over as the manager of Chinese side Shenzhen F.C. but was replaced five months later.
Seedorf is the only player to have won a Champions League title with three different clubs – Madrid (1998), Ajax (1995) and the Rossoneri (2003, 2007).