Manchester United is historically considered to be the best club in the Premier League as they have won the league title on 13 different occasions which is more than any other team in the top tier English league but ever since Sir. Alex Ferguson left Old Trafford things have taken a turn for the worst as David Moyes was appointed to replace the iconic manager but Moyes failed on winning any major trophy as well as not being able to secure a top 5 spot in the league.
Louis van Gaal has been appointed as the man to restore the glory days of Manchester United and it’s a fresh start for the players and supporters of the club. According to Wayne Rooney, everyone in the team wants to make a good impression towards the new coach Louis van Gaal.
Rooney talked about the first few training sessions that has been done with the new coach as he told reporters: “It’s been good meeting the manager and the new coaching staff. The first couple of training sessions have been good and everyone is looking forward to getting the games under way. We have to go out there and show what we can do and show every day in training what different qualities we have as players and a team. Everyone wants to impress a new manager and that’s what we’re aiming to do.”
Everyone in the team is eager to show what they can provide to the squad but so far it has been a fairly quiet transfer window for Manchester United with Luke Shaw and Ander Herrera being the only new arrivals to Old Trafford. There has actually been more players leaving the club then entering considering that Patrice Evra, Rio Ferdinand, Nemanja Vidic and Federico Macheda all have left the club.
Louis van Gaal is expected to sign a few more players before the start of the next season which kick-offs in August. The attacking division of United seemed to struggle during the previous campaign and the Dutch manager might search in the transfer market for a player that can add more options to Wayne Rooney and Van Persie.
So far in this transfer window, it seems like Chelsea has taken the lead after signing Diego Costa and Cesc Fabregas while Liverpool had to sell their star player Luis Suarez in order to reinforce other areas of the team.