United boss in another war of words with Falcao.
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has reignited his ongoing feud with misfiring loan striker Radamel Falcao after taking a swipe at the player’s agent, according to the Independent.
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The Dutchman controversially left Falcao out of his squad to face Southampton last weekend after some disappointing performances from the Colombian this season.
The 28-year-old is at Old Trafford on a season-long loan deal from AS Monaco but seems increasingly unlikely to make his move permanent, with van Gaal now strongly hinting again that he has not done enough to warrant a place in the team, despite recent protests from his agent.
“I think it is the obligation of the manager that you observe, analyse your selection, that you make a game plan; that you communicate with your players, then you make a decision that the players understand,” he said.
“But that is not so easy. Now you are only talking about Falcao but do you think about Januzaj? [Anders] Lindegaard? If a player cost £95m or £5,000 it is not any difference for me.
“It is difficult to understand for you, I believe. A person of £95m has to prove himself also. If I am like that maybe he has less motivation but I have to be like that.”