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The Guardian Jan 27, 2015
Robin van Persie: Manchester United must work harder – video

Robin van Persie: Manchester United must work harder – video

Manchester United striker Robin van Persie says the club has faith in manager Louis van Gaal's leadership but that the team ought to have beaten Cambridge United in the FA Cup. Van Persie says United have made progress over their last 15 matches, but says they need to work hard to make further progress• Van Persie uncertain of long-term future with Manchester United
Manchester United striker Robin van Persie admits contract concerns

Manchester United striker Robin van Persie admits contract concerns

Dutch striker's deal expires in 18 months and there has been no movement over renewing his Old Trafford deal.
The Guardian Jan 26, 2015
Robin van Persie admits uncertainty over future at Manchester United

Robin van Persie admits uncertainty over future at Manchester United

• Striker has 18 months left on contract• ‘I don’t know what is going to happen after that’Robin van Persie admits he is unsure what will happen regarding his long-term future at Manchester United.Van Persie’s contract expires in summer 2016, with the striker revealing he does not know what will happen after that.
Van Persie and Shaw fit for Man Utd's FA Cup tie at Cambridge

Van Persie and Shaw fit for Man Utd's FA Cup tie at Cambridge

But Louis van Gaal warns his side not to become the victims of a famous giant killing
Man United striker Van Persie doubt for QPR clash

Man United striker Van Persie doubt for QPR clash

Dutchman was forced off during defeat to Southampton with ankle knock and could be replaced by Radamel Falcao.
QPR v Man United: Falcao's chance to oust Van Persie and more things to look out for

QPR v Man United: Falcao's chance to oust Van Persie and more things to look out for

Louis van Gaal takes The Reds to Loftus Road in search of a first Premier League away win in over a month.
The Guardian Jan 14, 2015
Robin van Persie set to miss Manchester United’s visit to QPR through injury

Robin van Persie set to miss Manchester United’s visit to QPR through injury

• Striker’s likely absence could open door to Radamel Falcao• Dutch forward damaged ankle in Southampton defeat• Falcao might not be at United next season • Ángel di María tells fans: forget about the old styleRobin van Persie is expected to miss Manchester United’s trip to Queens Park Rangers on Saturday due an ankle problem.The club hopes this will be the only game he is out for, though it may offer Radamel Falcao a lifeline after being dropped.
Van Persie misses out Van Gaal in Ballon D'Or nomination

Van Persie misses out Van Gaal in Ballon D'Or nomination

The Manchester United forward did not choose his Dutch coach in his three picks for FIFA's World Coach of the Year, although neither did Wayne Rooney.
The Tilehurst End Jan 12, 2015

Reading To Swoop For Keane?

Goal are reporting that Reading are eyeing up a move for Manchester United striker Will Keane. The transfer rumour mill is churning out stories for Reading like there's no tomorrow at the moment. Earlier, the Royals were linked with the likes of Stephen Warnock from Leeds United and Cardiff City striker Nicky Maynard. However, Goal are reporting that Steve Clarke has set his sights on a loan move for Manchester United striker Will Keane. With the likes of Falcao, Rooney, Van Persie and Wilson all above him in the pecking order for the Red Devils, first team opportunities are not likely...
Van Persie to be assessed after picking up ankle injury

Van Persie to be assessed after picking up ankle injury

Striker limped off during Sunday's 1-0 defeat to Southampton and could be a doubt for the trip to QPR this weekend.
Man United v Southampton: Van Persie to be dropped and more things to look out for

Man United v Southampton: Van Persie to be dropped and more things to look out for

Louis van Gaal's Reds face Ronald Koeman's side for the second time in five weeks at Old Trafford on Sunday.
The Busby Babe Jan 1, 2015

Luke Shaw returns, Angel Di María out as Manchester United take on Stoke

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