It was in no doubt that Louis van Gaal would bring in a string of changes when he finally took over as Manchester United manager, but non bigger that the latest revelation to come from respected reporter Ian Ladyman at the Daily Mail. They claim that Louis van Gaal has already informed Ed Woodward and the club that Marouane Fellaini is not in his plans for next season.
The claims come as Marouane Fellaini himself is still involved in the FIFA World Cup over in Brazil with Belgium, but state the he has informed the club to sell off the midfielder.
Marouane Fellaini was signed by David Moyes and Ed Woodward in the final seconds of last summers disappointing transfer window, and has less than impressed ever since. Now it is understood that new Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has told representatives at Old Trafford that Marouane Fellaini is ‘not a United type of player’ and has instructed chief executive Ed Woodward to get rid this summer.
Manchester United have already signed 24-year-old midfielder Ander Herrera this summer as they look to improve on a squad that could only manager 7th in the Premier League under David Moyes. A signing that would no doubt become a first choice over players such as Fellaini.
With Louis van Gaal informing Ed Woodward to get rid of Fellaini, who would rule out the outcast going to Galatasaray if David Moyes does end up getting the managers job over there.
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