With the departure of Radamel Falcao, Robin van Persie and Luis Nani, Manchester United have been able to give generous wages to Morgan Schneiderlin, Matteo Darmian, Bastian Schweinsteiger and Memphis Depay.
Last season it was said that United were offering the highest wages around as they looked to make up for the relative lack of attraction in playing for a side that was without European football after a disastrous David Moyes season, but it seems that with the new ?750 million Adidas deal and a bumper new television rights agreement, United are continuing to fritter beans at an impressive rate. Memphis Depay joined from PSV, and Morgan Schneiderlin joined from Southampton, and both those players are reported to be on ?150,000 a week.
Matteo Darmian joined from Torino to earn ?100,000 a week, a tripling in his previous wages. Bastian Schweinsteiger was presumably impressed by the financial security of signing with United, gaining a three-year contract at ?220,000. Louis van Gaal has claimed that he may not be in the market for a striker and that the “surprise” acquisition the Manchester United manager has previously mentioned plays in another position. After his team defeated San Jose Earthquakes 3-1 at the Avaya Stadium, Van Gaal said: “I don’t know if I want to buy a striker. Goals from Juan Mata, Memphis Depay and Andreas Pereira ensured United made it two victories from two tour outings, with Fatai Alashe answering for the Earthquakes. While he was pleased with the performance of the one before the break, Van Gaal called the second line-up “bad”, describing Bastian Schweinsteiger, the Germany World Cup-winner, in the same manner. Van Gaal said: “The second half we played very badly, a lot of ball losses and the only highlight was the goal from Andreas Pereira. Discussing David De Gea, who missed the game due to a minor injury – though he did take part in the warm-up – Van Gaal said: “I have good hope he can play against Barcelona [on Saturday].
United now have only 180 minutes of football before the Premier League opener against Tottenham on 8 August at Old Trafford. He also refused to answer any questions about Angel Di Maria potentially moving to Paris Saint-Germain.
Manchester United avoided the ignominy of watching Leicester win the Premier League title at Old Trafford, but their own hopes of a top four finish were left hanging by a thread after the 1-1 draw on Sunday. Louis van Gaal, too, is surely clinging on to his job with his fingernails as Jose Mourinho lurks in the wings waiting for United to make a final decision on their manager’s future.
It is two years since Van Gaal inherited a side that had failed to qualify for the Champions League under David Moyes and, despite spending ?250 million on new players, the 20-time English champions are back where they started. It would take an implosion from Manchester City for United to qualify for Europe’s elite competition next season.
Van Gaal has been typically bullish in the last week and insisted ahead of Leicester’s visit that he will remain in charge of the club next season.


The improvement in recent weeks and months has been too faint and in many cases have come about more through luck than judgement, particularly in the emergence of Marcus Rashford, who in the space of two months has risen from academy prospect to first choice striker at the richest club in the country. Van Gaal described his players’ performance on Sunday as one of their best of the season, but United supporters would counter that it doesn’t take much doing given the turgid football served up for much of the campaign. In the first 15 minutes, the hosts looked like they might blow away Claudio Ranieri’s champions-in-waiting and they deservedly took the lead in the eighth minute when Anthony Martial swept in a first-time finish from Antonio Valencia’s cross. In an eventful first-half which pulsed from one attack to another, United played with aggression and high tempo. But other than one excellent save from Kasper Schmeichel to deny Jesse Lingard, they didn’t create enough chances and were punished to sloppy defending when Wes Morgan headed in Leicester’s equaliser in the 17th minute.
Morgan completely dominated Marcos Rojo for the Foxes’ equaliser and continued to do so at almost every subsequent set-piece, yet Van Gaal did not see the need to change his marking instructions, even when he had the opportunity to do so at half-time. United supporters want a manager who is proactive in such situations, not Van Gaal’s passive, overly analytical approach that appears to rub off on the players.
In the second-half, the home side’s performance quickly became flat, lacking aggression and spark despite the best efforts of captain Wayne Rooney to dictate the game in a central midfield role. The late penalty appeal, when Danny Drinkwater was sent-off for a second booking after tugging on Memphis Depay on the edge of the penalty area, was the only real action of note in the final third.
United knew they had to win the game to keep their Champions League hopes alive, yet they drifted through to the final whistle. It was certainly a missed chance for Van Gaal – and one that could ultimately cost him his job.
This comment section is here to let football fans talk about football, not to allow people to sell or push products. You must not insert links to websites or submit content which would be an infringement of copyright. Please respect these rules when commenting on Squawka News; people will disagree from time to time but please try to see each other's point of view before getting all worked up, that helps no one. Manchester United midfielder Marouane Fellaini shows he will bear an important role for Louis van Gaal after an impressive cameo against Club Brugge, in the UEFA Champions League play-off tie on Tuesday. Fellaini who replaced Wayne Rooney in the final moments of the game, provided the players with a cushion to get in crosses and play long balls at him.
Fellaini's 2015-16 season has started with a bang, and the midfielder's introduction was a good tactical move by the manager.
Fellaini's role was rumored to have getting limited with the arrival of Bastian Schweinsteiger and Morgan Schneirderlin, but the versatile Belgian gives vitality to United and is somebody Van Gaal can count on.


The Belgian was an improved player under Van Gaal last term and contributed immensely towards United finishing fourth in the Premier League. Van Gaal is expected to rotate the midfield with Michael Carrick, Bastian, Schneiderlin and Herrera. Fellaini's national team mate Adnan Januzaj is also preferred by Van Gaal more centrally as a No. I think we don’t give many chances away, but we give possibilities away, it was a threat always, and that was not necessary. But he was injured as well as well as Anders Lindegaard, so I said: ‘Go stand in the goal so we have a point of direction for my attackers, but don’t do anything to risk your injury’.
But Van Gaal is not concerned, stating he will play a full behind-doors match at the club’s Carrington training base. Manuel Pellegrini’s team are four points in front of their local rivals and play their game in hand against Southampton on Sunday afternoon. They denied Leicester time on the ball, linked together quick passing moves and used pace out wide to stretch the pitch. Please refrain from insulting other users, everyone is entitled to their opinion and just because you shout the loudest, doesn't make you more correct or valid in your point of view. Fellaini's last gasp winner has handed United breathing space on their visit to Belgium next week.
Fellaini who scored from a Memphis Depay cross in the final whistle of the match looks to give Van Gaal more options especially at crucial junctures. Moreover his suspension in the Premier League up till late August threatened his position down the pecking order, but Gaal will look to dart in Fellaini as with the Belgian the manager suddenly has different options. Fellaini thrived in a 4-1-4-1 and 4-3-3 formation last season and made important run-ins and movements, charging forward often from midfield. With Gaal deploying a 4-2-3-1 formation so far in both EPL and Champions League, Fellaini could have a big say behind the striker.



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