Barcelona midfielder Xavi Hernandez has discussed the potential arrival of Louis van Gaal as manager at Manchester United and said the Dutch coach ‘would not accept troublemakers’. Manchester United’s search for a new manager
looks to have come to an end after reports of an
agreement with Dutch boss Louis van Gaal
developed in recent weeks, yet no formal
announcement has been made. Van Gaal is set to guide Netherlands at this
summer’s World Cup in Brazil, after which he is
expected to take the hotseat at Old Trafford,
marking a three-year break from club football. And, one of his former players Xavi Hernandez,
whom he coached at Barcelona has discussed his
coaching style and his capability of luring big
players. “Manchester United fans can be very excited –
because he (Van Gaal) plays football in the way that
myself and Barcelona think it should be played,”
the Spanish international told us in an exclusive
interview. “Big players want to play for him – so I think that
Manchester United fans can expect some exciting
signings this summer. “He wont accept any personalities that will cause
unrest in the dressing room. He will be your biggest
supporter and your biggest fan – but if you even
think about causing trouble in his football club then
you will be gone.”


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