Manchester United have reportedly put their transfer plans on ice this month as uncertainty continues to grow over the future of manager Louis van Gaal, according to the Daily Mirror.
There has been talk recently that the Dutchman could be ready to quit his role a year early at the end of the season due to the mounting pressure surrounding his position.
And there is still growing concerns that he won’t be able to lead the club to the Champions League next term, and United chiefs have sought to put their transfer plans on the back burner until things become clearer.
United had been linked with a £35million move for Lazio forward Felipe Anderson, and though the Italians were keen to do business, United have put the move on ice until Van Gaal’s future is resolved.
They aren’t keen on the thought of laying out millions for players that Van Gaal’s successor might not want when he eventually does vacate his position.
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