The Dutchman has already spent around £150 million…
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has revealed that money is not important in deciding any new transfers at the club, reports Goal.com.
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The 63-year-old only decides who he is going to sign by assessing if they would improve his squad. How much they would cost him would appears to not matter to the Dutchman. Indeed he has already shown this with the mega money signings of Angel Di Maria and Radamel Falcao.
“When I cannot improve my selection, then I wait,” he told reporters. “And then I maybe have to wait a year more. Maybe you think that there are so many fantastic players, but it is not like that. [However,] I don’t [necessarily] prefer to wait until the summer when I can improve my selections. That I have showed with Valdes.
“When we can buy a player who can improve my selection, the club shall buy. Money is not interesting. It is always quality of the players in comparison with the other players that I have. I have to compare. I have to decide. Money doesn’t play any role,” he added.
The former Barcelona boss also said that he will improve what is already a fearsome attack at the Mancunian club.
“Now that I coach Manchester United, I expect more attacking quality,” he added. “If it is not this year, then next season or the season after that. We shall improve and you shall see it.”
The Red Devils’ most recent arrival was that of Victor Valdes, who came in after being a free agent for the last six months. He completed his move to Old Trafford after spending a few months training at the club to overcome a knee injury that he suffered last season.