Manchester United manager Louis Van Gaal has hinted that he could quit the Red Devils after failing to meet club’s supporters expectations during his 19-month tenure at the Old Trafford.
The recent defeat on Saturday as Man United lost 1-0 at home to Southampton leaves club in fifth place, four point adrift of fourth-placed Tottenham Hotspur.
United have been struggled since from the past couple of months, scoring 16 goals in their last 16 Premier League outings with just seven wins from their last 22 games in all competitions.
“I’m very disappointed that I cannot reach the expectations of the fans,” the Dutchman said.
“They have – or they had – great expectations of me, and I cannot fulfil them, so I am very frustrated because of that.”
Asked whether he was remained committed to Manchester United, Van Gaal said: “This question I shall never answer to you. We had to win this game and we could have won – but it’s not happening.
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“You have to play football to entertain the fans. I don’t think we have entertained the fans, so they can be very angry.”