Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal gave a strong hint in the press conference that he is likely to remain busy in the few days of the summer transfer window. In fact very busy. He openly claimed that would be ins and outs.
While, we don’t know yet who would be coming in at Manchester United, but we certainly have a fair idea about players, who holds uncertain future at the club.
There have been reports in Italian media over the possible departure of Javier Hernandez. Serie A champions Juventus have already lodged an official bid for him, while some suggest that the Mexican striker could be used as a part exchange deal for Vidal.
Another player who could bid good bye to Manchester United fans is attacking midfielder Shinji Kagawa. In the last 24 hours, we have had reports from Spain that Valencia are showing an interest in him and now reliable journalist GDM claiming that the diminutive Japanese could be on his way to join his former club Borussia Dortmund.
The 25-year-old joined Manchester United in 2012, but has failed to cement his position in the side yet, though there is a train of thought that he hasn’t been used properly by any of Manchester United managers he has played.
Louis van Gaal, his present manager isn’t too impressed with him and claimed recently: “Kagawa, I have tried to play him in that position in the US and he could not fulfil my wishes and my philosophy.”
GDM claim that Dortmund have offered around €10m plus additional €2m on bonuses. Negotiations are at an advanced level and the deal is likely to happen.