Manchester – Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal admitted that he had prepared a plan for the next season since January. Starting from the pre-season program to observations of players.
In the midst of high demands focus to finish this season, Manchester United was also already started to prepare for next season. One thing that has been planned is a pre-season tour to the United States. Manchester United will return to participate in the event the International Champions Cup, which was won last season.
Another aspect is the composition of the team. Van Gaal admitted that he had a few months of observations of the coveted players. In addition, the observation was also made to the players who loaned to a number of clubs.
“In January we are already thinking about next season, because we have to prepare for pre-season and Manchester United will go to America. The goal of course is we have to practice and not just play the game,” said Van Gaal on the official club website.
“It’s been three or four months we discuss the preseason. We also think about watching the players, the observation of our own players.”
“Because we have a lot of players on loan and then we have to analyze their performance, so there is a lot of work. It’s not just a matter of seasons now, but also what should we decide on the player next season,” he added.
MU does lend a number of players in this season. They include Nani, Javier Hernandez, Tom Cleverley, plus the young players such as Nick Powell, Guillermo Varela, Jesse Lingard, and Reece James.
While the matter coveted players, a number of names associated with MU. Among others, Mats Hummels, Memphis Depay, Nathaniel Clyne and Joao Miranda.