“It’s not a problem to be transparent when announcing who will be the next manager”
And interim manager Hiddink insists he has no problem with his employers going public as soon as it has struck a deal with his successor.
The Dutchman said: “I am always in favour, but its personal opinion that when things are done you make it transparent.
“It’s then clear for everyone. The speculation about this candidate or that candidate, if it’s obvious, it’s clear, then everyone can do his job at his club, and he can prepare for the upcoming time.
“I’m responsible for the daily results until the end of the season, but the club, meanwhile, is responsible for the plans for now, for next year and maybe for the year after and the year after.
“That’s why I said for me it’s not a problem to be transparent when announcing who will be the next manager.”