Manchester United first team star has reportedly confessed that he’s half the player under the management of Louis Van Gaal.
Rumours have been rife in recent weeks that United players are unhappy with Van Gaal’s method- and this will do the Dutch man no favours.
According to Daily Telegraph reporter Jason Burt, who was speaking on BBC 5 live, a United player told him he’s not reaching his full potentials because of Van Gaal’s method, and he is only half the player that he could be.
Jason Burt stated that the player in question said that the player is half of the player he is because of the way United are playing and he doesn’t feel it’s fair on him and he doesn’t feel it’s fair on the fans because he can’t express himself properly and finds it very difficult to play here.
Could it be Memphis Depay? The Dutchman is finding the Premier League more difficult than the Dutch league where he scored freely. Or is it Matteo Darmien? The player appears to be an entirely different player whenever he files out for the Italian national team; scoring in their World cup qualifiers. Or is it Anthony Martial? The French youngster took the Premier League by storm when he arrived from French side Monaco for an initial fee of £36M but has since gone to oblivion.
Whoever the player is; the truth remains that the United squad is filled with potentials; in Juan Mata you have a player that won the Chelsea player of the season for two consecutive seasons, in Bastian Schweinsteiger, you have a player that has won every available trophy in club football and a World cup winner with the German side, Wayne Rooney on a good day is as good as any player in the Premier league, David Degea is regarded as one of the best goalkeepers in the world at the moment. But something is obviously not right at the Theatre of Dreams and that needs to be sorted out on time.