Manchester United manager Louis Van Gaal could be sacked at the end of the current season if the Dutchman fails to deliver Champions League football next season. According to the Daily Express, United Club chief executives are not willing to show any patience with the 64 year old should they fail to finish in the top three of the Premier League, which would deliver a place in next year’s group stage.
The Dutchman returned United to the UEFA Champions’ League group stages after David Moyes initial guided United to 7th place finish, United fans were joyous but their joy was short lived as the team crashed out in the group stage after finishing 3rd behind Wolfsburg and PSV Eindhoven.
United spent over £250 Million since the Dutchman took over the reign at Old Trafford but the team is still looking far from a finished article and the Dutchman still feels he needs to inject more pace to United attacking play.
The team is currently 4th on the league log; 3 points behind early front runners Leicester City who barely commands the same financial spending power like the Red Devils. United travel to face Bournemouth at on Saturday, and nothing less than a victory would relieve the tension at Old TraffordFollow Football News Arena on Facebook and Twitter for the latest transfer news, injury news, team news and rumours from across the major Leagues in Europe and around the World.