The Dutchman says he will not be sacked by the Red Devils.
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has declared that he will see out his entire three-year term at Old Trafford and that the club will not sack him.
This is despite the fact the Red Devils have had a less than impressive start under the Dutchman and his predecessor David Moyes was sacked just 11 months into a six-year contract.
“I have signed a three-year contract and, believe me, I shall finish that,” van Gaal was quoted by CaughtOffside.
Having lost the opening match of the Premier League season to Swansea City and then subsequent defeats to MK Dons and Leicester City in the Capital One Cup and the league respectively, many though the 63-year-old’s job was already unsafe.
However, back-to-back victories over West Ham United and Everton at the Theatre of Dreams have got things back on track for now, but United are still a long way from their title winning ways under Sir Alex Ferguson.
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