How the Dutchman will look to improve his squad this summer.
It’s set to be a summer of change at Manchester United as the club look to bounce back from their most disappointing season since the Premier League began back in 1992.
Their seventh place finish in 2013/14 was their worst ever position and coincided with their worst ever points tally since the league’s re-branding and also no European football for the first time since 1981.
This poor form inevitably cost previous manager David Moyes his job and after a brief interim period for Ryan Giggs, Louis van Gaal was named as the next permanent boss at Old Trafford.
The experienced Dutchman is expected to oversee an overhaul at the club this summer and here are five players in and five out for United should van Gaal have a perfect transfer window.
There are several key areas that need to be improved in the Red Devils squad, but one of the most prominent is in central midfield where a lack of creativity was a real problem last term.
Cleverley was perhaps the biggest culprit of supplying no purpose in the role and the Englishman has been linked with Everton.