Louis van Gaal and Manuel Pellegrini dine out in Wing's... but will they both be flying out of Manchester in the next few weeks?

Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal waves to a fan after eating dinner at Wing's restaurant                 
United's Louis van Gaal had dinner at his favourite restaurant on Sunday
Van Gaal left restaurant shortly after Manuel Pellegrini arrived at Wing's
United need to win by a 19-goal margin against Bournemouth to qualify for next season's Champions League

Outgoing Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini and under-fire United boss Louis van Gaal both dined out in popular restaurant Wing's on Sunday evening.
Pellegrini would have had plenty to celebrate as his Manchester City side are destined to qualify for next season's Champions League ahead of rivals United.
City's 1-1 draw at Swansea has pretty much rubber-stamped City's place in Europe's top-tier competition as United need to win by a 19-goal margin in their rescheduled fixture with Bournemouth on Tuesday following a bomb scare at Old Trafford.

Manuel Pellegrini arrives at the same restaurant in Manchester City centre at 10pm on Sunday night 
Manuel Pellegrini arrives at the same restaurant in Manchester City centre at 10pm on Sunday night
Van Gaal was joined by his wife Truus and a handful of his mates during his visit to his favourite restaurant
Speaking after his last match at the club, he said: 'I will now starting thinking about the future.
'I don't want to decide just in one week. I will see different options.
'I am fortunate to work in five countries.
'But the Premier League is the most important in the world.
'The stadiums are full capacity, a party every game, fans uniting and singing.
'The atmosphere. It is important for managers to have this experience.'
Pellegrini waves goodbye to the Manchester City supporters after his final game in charge at Swansea 
The Chilean's Manchester City tenure ended in a limp 1-1 draw against Swansea at the Liberty Stadium