There is a massive rebuilding task ahead for Louis van Gaal and although he is to be given an estimated £220 million ‘warchest’, the question is on who it will be spent?
Manchester United’s back-up striker Javier Hernandez rarely complains about his lack of playing time at Old Trafford but now seems like the time for him to make a change.
Louis van Gaal confused many by seemingly ending the Manchester United pursuits of Toni Kroos and Cesc Fabregas, but I think he has an ulterior motive.
Manchester United’s transfer plans are looking rather disjointed, with no manager until after the World Cup and executive vice chairman Ed Woodward is unschooled in the way of transfer dealings.
Despite veteran defender Patrice Evra signing a one year contract extension, United are still looking for a long-term replacement for the Frenchman. It seems to be Luke Shaw.
New manager Louis van Gaal has identified midfield and the wide positions as the areas which need the most reinforcement this summer. Di Maria would transform United.
Following their unbelievable performances in La Liga and the Champions League, Diego Simeone’s team are being picked apart and midfielder Koke is on United’s list.
Manchester United have a reputation for putting faith in their youth and bringing them through into the senior squad, but lately there has been fewer players coming through.
Manchester United’s search for a new centre-back goes on, as they look around Europe’s big clubs for an experienced top quality defender but van Gaal may already have one.
After some of his big club targets have rejected moves to Manchester United, Louis van Gaal is having to adjust his transfer plans for the summer.
Since the exit of centre-back partnership Nemanja Vidic and Rio Ferdinand, it was obvious that van Gaal would look to replace that with at least one top quality defender.
Manchester United’s midfield is the main point of concern for Louis van Gaal, as the club have been linked with a host of players across Europe. The latest is Adrien Rabiot.