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Who is on the Van Gaal Wish-List?

With Louis van Gaal`s tenure as the Dutch national coach now over, it`ll be interesting to see who the 62 year-old brings to Old Trafford.

Out in Brazil, van Gaal would have been given a birds-eye view of some of the best talent around and we`re pretty sure that the new boss will have identified certain targets.

According to the press this morning Old Trafford could soon witness the arrival of two of the German squad wit it being heavily hinted that van Gaal is very interested in bringing Mats Hummels and Marco Reus, both 25 years of age, to the Premier League.

Also on the supposed wish-list is the Dutch star Arjen Robben who many perceive to have been one of the stars of the World Cup. There`s no doubting his exceptional pace and ball skills would be an asset to our squad next season.

However, it would appear that a deal for Robben is highly unlikely. Whilst van Gaal has given his flying forward the nod that he would be most welcome to come to Old Trafford it appears that Robben is perfectly happy playing for Bayern Munich and has no desire to leave the Allianz Arena.




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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday July 13 2014

Time: 1:04PM

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No chance hummels or rues will becoming to utd, why do you make these things up ? Neither will vidal, di maria or rodreguez its all hype. utd will probably end up with 2 or 3 dutch players & if desperate for a cb vermaelen as a last resort.
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13/07/2014 13:54:00

Media generated hype and I think you'll find it is them who make it up not Red Boy whom merely reports it to us.

Hummels I can't see wanting to leave Doetmund nor Dortmund allowing him to leave. Very much the same with Reus until next year at least when his 35 mil clause is active. Robben was always a no go due to him just signing a new contract and Bayern not wanting to get rid.
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