The appointment of Louis van Gaal as Manchester United’s manager will bring important changes in the squad of the grouping from Old Trafford, the main target on the transfer market being Toni Kroos, Bayern Munich midfielder.
After a season in which finished seventh in the Premier League and has not won any trophy, things are clear at Manchester United. They have to make major changes in the squad to try something notable in both domestic competitions and in Europe next seasons.
The first move was made on the bench where Louis van Gaal was appointed the new manager of the group at Old Trafford. Follows an acquisitions campaign with which the Dutch tactician to fight for the title in the next season, considering that United will not have part of the European football in season 2014/2015.
It was talked in England about United’s bid for Bayern’s midfielder Toni Kroos, for which the Devils’ bosses seem to have already made an offer of € 48.5 million.
Paul Scholes, one of the veterans of United who is working now for the club, advises the new manager, but Edward Woodward (CEO) to move as quickly regarding the transfer of Toni Kross.
“The first player I’d bring in is Toni Kroos,” Scholes told Paddy Power.
“He’s a top-class central midfield player but United need five or six to get anywhere near the top of the Premier League again.
“Edward Woodward has an awful lot to prove this time that he’s good enough at his job. He has to bring the players in that the new manager wants. It’s obvious that last year he didn’t manage to do that. If he doesn’t, we are not going to get anywhere near the top.”