How the Red Devils team could look after a summer of transfers.
Having guided Netherlands from the so-called ‘Group of Death’ with maximum points at the 2014 World Cup, Manchester United fans must be warming to new manager Louis van Gaal.
The 62-year-old will take charge at Old Trafford following the conclusion of his international campaign with the Dutch and is expected to shake things up at the club.
Last season proved to be the Red Devils’ most disappointing for some time, finishing with an all-time low Premier League points tally and no European football for the first time since 1981.
Van Gaal will be tasked to turn that around and the United owners have pledged significant funds to the Dutchman in order to bring the side back to glory.
Here is how the starting XI could look next term under the former Barcelona and Bayern Munich boss.
GK – David de Gea
During what was a poor campaign for the club their goalkeeper was one of the few players to come out of it with any postives.
De Gea appears to be improving with every game and at 23-years-old the Spaniard finally seems to have put the erratic behaviour of the past behind him.