CELTIC legend Henrik Larsson is poised for a sensational return to the game, as CQN revealed earlier this month.
The former Hoops fans’ favourite has been out football since he quit as boss at Helsingborgs after only two months in charge in .
Now Larsson and ex-Liverpool striker Dirk Kuyt aim to team up to take over their old club Feyenoord, according to a report in Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf.
Kuyt, who has previously coached the club’s under-19s, would be appointed as manager with Larsson as his assistant.
Former Ibrox gaffer Dick Advocaat is under contract until June next year, but his No.2 Said Bakkati has already quit to move to Jaap Stam’s new club FC Cincinnati.
This would be Kuyt’s first step into management while Larsson has had two spells at the Swedish club and was linked with English League One outfit Southend United in October last year. The move fell through when his ex-Hoops colleague Tommy Johnson took a post elsewhere.
Larsson was at the Rotterdam club for four years before his bargain £650,000 move to Celtic in 1997.