Report: Out-of-work manager in talks over new job after Radrizzani cancelled Leeds United move

That’s according to reports from Voetbal International back in Schreuder’s homeland.

It’s stated that Schreuder is already in Athens for face-to-face talks with Olympiacos over a potential move to Greece.

Olympiacos are owned by Evangelos Marinakis, the man who also owns Leeds’ Premier League rivals Nottingham Forest.

Marinakis will make the final call on a deal for Schreuder after the resignation of Spaniard Michel earlier this month.

There have been strong links to Steven Gerrard too, but it looks like Schreuder could be the new man for Olympiacos.

This would be a return to management for Schreuder, who was sacked by Ajax in January.

The Dutchman was in the mix for the Club Brugge job after Scott Parker’s sacking in March but a return to Belgium never materialised.

The story of Alfred Schreuder and Leeds United

When Leeds sacked Jesse Marsch in February, Schreuder emerged as a surprise name for the job.

Schreuder was spotted at Elland Road as Leeds lost to Manchester United in February.

Many then expected Schreuder to land the job and iNews reported that Leeds were offering a deal until the end of the season.

The deal collapsed in the end though – and it seems that Andrea Radrizzani was the reason for that.

De Telegraaf reported in February that Radrizzani wasn’t convinced by Schreuder and scrapped Victor Orta’s move for him.

The job ended up going to Javi Gracia, who is fighting to keep Leeds in the Premier League.

Leeds may not have been fully sold on Schreuder, but Olympiacos could now pounce to give him a return to management in the coming days.