Manchester United Sack Louis Van Gaal And Replace Him With Jose Mourinho

Source: Twitter
Source: Twitter

 

The rumors that have been circulating for months have finally come to pass.

Lous van Gaal has officially been sacked at Manchester United.

 

 

The news was confirmed by a statement from Louis van Gaal issued through Manchester United.

 

“IT HAS BEEN AN HONOUR TO MANAGE SUCH A MAGNIFICENT CLUB AS MANCHESTER UNITED FC, AND IN DOING SO, I HAVE FULFILLED A LONG-HELD AMBITION.”

“I AM VERY DISAPPOINTED TO BE UNABLE TO COMPLETE OUR INTENDED THREE-YEAR PLAN. I BELIEVE THAT THE FOUNDATIONS ARE FIRMLY IN PLACE TO ENABLE THE CLUB TO MOVE FORWARD AND ACHIEVE EVEN GREATER SUCCESS.”

Louis van Gaal

Take a look at some of van Gaal’s more memorable moments as Manchester United’s skipper here:

 

 

It’s been widely reported for months that the incomparable Jose Mourinho will succeed Louis van Gaal as Manchester United’s manager, though that has yet to be officially confirmed. The deal is as good as done, though.

 


Adding another layer of intrigue to the story is the news that Zlatan Ibrahimovic will join Jose Mourinho next year at Manchester United.

It’s safe to say that next year’s Manchester United squad will look entirely different from this year’s 5th place, FA cup winning side.

And I think that’s a good thing.

 

Will Manchester United finish in the top 3 in the Premier League next year?

Yes

No