Red Devils have been linked with some big January moves.
Manchester United man Louis van Gaal has had some positive words for Red Devils fans as we had into the middle of the January transfer market, with Goal reporting that the Dutchman has indicated that money will be no barrier to the club securing the right signings to make it back to the top of the Premier League.
The 63 year-old is likely to be well aware of the fact that United still need reinforcements if they are to compete with Chelsea and Manchester City at the top of the table, a fact only emphasised by the club’s defeat to Southampton at Old Trafford on Sunday afternoon.
With United already linked to a number of exciting prospects in the January window, van Gaal has indicated that money will be no object for the club if the right targets can be sourced:
“When we can buy a player who can improve my selection, the club shall buy. Money is not interesting. It is always quality of the players in comparison with the other players that I have. I have to compare. I have to decide. Money doesn’t play any role.”