Manchester United will allow David De Gea to join Real Madrid this summer, after privately accepting that there’s little they can do to convince the Spaniard to sign a new deal.
According to the Telegraph, Louis Van Gaal’s admission that the club had started planning for life after the Spaniard was not intended to force De Gea into signing a new deal but highlighted that United have almost given up of retaining his services.
The end of an era. A true legend will no longer grace us with his presence. The corridors of life will feel a little more hollow each week as he slowly becomes a faded memory. A truly spectacular send off for an inspiration to us all. The world is going to miss BB King.
The giants of Crystal Palace did everything they could to honour the late great King yesterday by spoiling the party for a man who has never really appreciated music.
Ed Woodward has insisted Louis Van Gaal will have a squad capable of challenging on every front next season.
United have ensured a top four finish in the Dutchman’s first season at the club and have already secured the signing of PSV Eindhoven winger Memphis Depay but Woodward was adamant the club will continue to spend in the summer.
Paul Scholes doesn’t believe Manchester United will win challenge for the Premier League title next season, despite having all but ensured a return to Champions League football in Louis Van Gaal’s first season.
Having secured the signing of PSV Eindhoven winger Memphis Depay, United are expected to spend big again in the summer, but Scholes believes they should focus on cementing a place in the top four as the title might be a step too far next season.
Manchester United reported a £20m decline in revenue in the first quarter of 2015, as the club’s finances were hit by United’s absence from the Champions League this season.
The decline in revenue was largely expected and United said they remained confident to return growth next season, with potential earnings from Champions League football and a 10-year with Adidas set to boost their finances.
Gareth Bale’s move to Manchester United is almost a “done deal”, according to Sunday Express journalist John Richardson.
The Welshman has endured a torrid second season at the Bernabeu, with Real Madrid fans openly criticising his performances, while the former Spurs player’s agent claimed that Bale is unhappy as he’s not involved enough by his team-mates.
Radamel Falcao, Angel di Maria, Marcos Rojo, Antonio Valencia have all been named in their respective countries’ 30-man preliminary Copa America squad.
With the tournament, hosted by Chile this year, kicking off on 11 June and running until 4 July, United’s South American contingent could be set for a very busy summer schedule, as United’s pre-season tour in North America begins in mid-july.
Gary Neville has said he’s excited at the prospect of watching Memphis Depay play for Manchester United, adding the Dutchman has all it takes to be a success at Old Trafford.
The former United captain described the 20-year-old as a player with great potential, suggesting that the soon-to-be former PSV Eindhoven man could prove to be the catalyst for United to resurrect their wingers tradition.