Club Brugge's Michel Preud'homme has ruled himself out of the running to become Belgium manager as Jan Vertonghen and Mousa Dembele have called on the country's FA to make the right decision when replacing Marc Wilmots.
Preud'homme, 57, was seen as an obvious candidate to take over from Wilmots, who was dismissed last week after they were beaten 3-1 by Wales in the Euro 2016 quarterfinals.
Last season the former Belgium goalkeeper helped end Club Brugge's 11-year wait for a league title and he also...
Louis van Gaal will be considered to replace Marc Wilmots as Belgium manager if he applies for the role, according to Francois De Keersemacker, the president of the Belgian FA.
Former Bayern Munich, Barcelona and Ajax boss Van Gaal has taken charge of the Netherlands' national team on two separate occasions and is currently available after leaving Manchester United at the end of last season.
The chief executive of the Belgian Football Association (KBVB) has admitted that firing Marc Wilmots as the national team's manager would be problematic because of the level of compensation he would be owed.
Wilmots' job is under threat after Belgium lost 3-1 to Wales at the quarterfinal stage of Euro 2016.
No decision has yet been made on Wilmots' future, but speaking on Wednesday Gerard Linard said the terms of the head coach's contract meant that sacking him would be an expensive option.