Man Utd supporters react on Twitter to reports Louis van Gaal set to stay

Manchester United supporters have their say on speculation Louis van Gaal will be in charge for 2016/17 Premier League season

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff

Louis van Gaal is set to remain at Manchester United beyond the end of the season, according to Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf.

The former Ajax, Barcelona and Bayern Munich manager has faced increasing speculation surrounding his long-term future at the 20-time English champions.

Former Chelsea and Real Madrid head coach Jose Mourinho is the favourite to succeed Van Gaal, while the United manager’s assistant Ryan Giggs is another name being linked with the position.

However, Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf are reporting that Van Gaal has received a vote of confidence from the board and has been told he will be in charge next season.

With Van Gaal set to receive a reported £80m in transfer funds this summer, United supporters reacted to the latest speculation on Twitter.

Many attempted to discredit the article despite the author of the piece, Marcel van der Kraan, receiving backing from some high-profile journalists in England.


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