According to Louis van Gaal, Victor Valdes will be sold

According to the latest information, Victor Valdes, a Manchester United goalkeeper will be sold, because he refused to play in the reserves. You probably remember that Louis Van Gaal said that Valdes doesn’t follow his philosophy and there is no place for players like this in his club. Valdes posted on his Twitter amount a photo of 3 games (under 21) he played. He also said that he is working hard for the season.

Van Gaal also said to Robin van Persie, a striker, that he doesn’t deserve place at Old Trafford at the end of last season. In addition, Van Gaal said that they won’t sell De Gea. His contracts will expire next year. Apparently Van Gaal appreciates the attitude of De Gea. His attitude is fantastic. 
You already know that Valdes joined the Manchester United as back-up of De Gea, after recovering from an injury. Valdes won La Liga with Barcelona 6 times. This makes him one of the best goalkeepers in the world. 

Van Gaal said that they gave Valdes an opportunity to rehabilitate and become an even successful goalkeeper. Despite that, Valdes refused to play in the second team last year. According to Van Gaal, this is the perfect recipe for leaving the team. Also, Valdes doesn’t follow many principles that Manchester United requires from footballers.  Valdes played against Chelsea (February), Liverpool (January) and Spurs (March). He played just once in the first team, with the Manchester United’s last game of the season. Valdes’ contract expires next year.
Van Persie is the new player of Fenerbahce. He left Manchester United. Van Gaal said that he knew this since they played golf together. 



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