MANCHESTER UNITED and Arsenal legend Robin van Persie is reportedly set to join BT Sport as a pundit.
The Mirror claims the Dutchman will join the likes of Rio Ferdinand and Martin Keown in the studios next season after retiring from football in May.
Van Persie enjoyed a glittering career, starting off at Excelsior before moving to Feyenoord.
He won the UEFA Cup in 2002 before securing a switch to Arsenal two years later.
RVP netted 132 times in 278 games under Arsene Wenger during an eight-year period.
But he won just a single FA Cup, prompting him to join Sir Alex Ferguson at Manchester United in 2012.
The striker netted 26 league goals in his debut season to win the title.
And Van Persie ended up with 58 goals in 105 games during a three-year spell before moving to Turkey with Fenerbahce.
Van Persie then returned to Feyenoord, winning the Dutch Cup in 2018 to seal a fairytale ending to his club career.
The ace also enjoyed a prolific international career, scoring 50 times in 102 matches to help the Netherlands finish runners-up at the 2010 World Cup.
And fans can now look forward to seeing him on their screens next term.
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