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The Guardian May 19, 2015
Louis van Gaal warns it could be rough for players Manchester United offload

Louis van Gaal warns it could be rough for players Manchester United offload

• Van Persie, Falcao, Di María, Rafael and Lindegaard among those set to leave• ‘It shall be a rough – but a club like United has to be like that,’ says managerLouis van Gaal has warned he will be ruthless this summer when it comes to offloading players, saying it will be rough for those no longer required. The Manchester United manager also singled out David de Gea as impressing most this season, despite the goalkeeper appearing set to leave for Real Madrid.While the Dutchman said there could be many incomings, Robin van Persie, Radamel Falcao, Ángel Di María, Rafael da Silva...
The Guardian May 11, 2015
Manchester United’s Louis van Gaal considers selling Robin van Persie

Manchester United’s Louis van Gaal considers selling Robin van Persie

• Striker’s contract is up at the end of next season• Mephis Depay has bolstered United’s attacking options• Young covers up the cracks against Crystal PalaceRobin van Persie is fighting for his Manchester United future, with the club ready to consider offers for the Dutchman this summer.The striker, whose deal expires in the summer of 2016, wants to remain at the club and win a new contract. Van Persie will be 32 in August and is hoping to earn a one-year extension, in line with United’s general policy with players in their 30s, but Louis van Gaal is considering allowing him to...

Man Utd's Wayne Rooney and Robin van Persie in a spot of bother with Louis van Gaal

Robin van Persie missed a spot kick chance to rescue United against West Brom and he and his skipper have to go to the back of the penalty queue.
Robin van Persie has four games to save his Manchester United career - Mathieson

Robin van Persie has four games to save his Manchester United career - Mathieson

The Man Utd striker could make his comeback from an ankle injury against West Brom as he fights for his Reds future.
Manchester United striker Robin van Persie scores twice as Under-21s beat Fulham

Manchester United striker Robin van Persie scores twice as Under-21s beat Fulham

Robin van Persie played 81 minutes for Manchester United's Under-21s as they beat Fulham 4-1 at Craven Cottage.
The Busby Babe Apr 28, 2015

Robin van Persie wants to stay at United

The Dutchman is apparenty happy to stay at United, even in his current bit-part role. The relationship is more complex than cause and effect, but there's no doubt that Manchester United's upturn in form this season has coincided quite neatly with Robin van Persie's spells on the sidelines. That, added to the fact he turns 32 in the summer and has failed to impress when he has played, has suggested that he could be on his way out of Old Trafford in the summer. However, an article from the Daily Mail's big cheese Ian Ladyman today suggests that may not be the case, and quotes a "source close...

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