Van Gaal refuses to address Mourinho to Man Utd reports

By Kris Voakes:goal.com
The Dutchman was asked what his future holds but would not be drawn on whether he expects to be replaced by the Portuguese in the next few days, as reports suggest

Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has refused to discuss his future amid numerous reports suggesting he will leave the club and be replaced by Jose Mourinho.
Fresh rumours in the media on Saturday have suggested Van Gaal will be replaced by the former Chelsea boss in the coming days, and that the club’s 2-1 victory over Crystal Palace in the FA Cup final at Wembley will not change the club’s stance on the Dutchman’s future.

When asked whether the win over Palace will be his final match in charge, he told a press conference: “I show you the cup. I don’t discuss it with my friends in the media who already sack me for six months.

“I do not want to talk about leaving.”

But Van Gaal was in bullish mood when asked about the potential for his FA Cup triumph to act as a platform for future success.

“Of course, I have said when I started as the manager that we are in a process of transition,” he added. “I have had to refresh my squad, and I have done it and in spite of the many injuries we have had this season we have lifted the cup.

The Dutchman was asked what his future holds but would not be drawn on whether he expects to be replaced by the Portuguese in the next few days, as reports suggest

Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has refused to discuss his future amid numerous reports suggesting he will leave the club and be replaced by Jose Mourinho.
Fresh rumours in the media on Saturday have suggested Van Gaal will be replaced by the former Chelsea boss in the coming days, and that the club’s 2-1 victory over Crystal Palace in the FA Cup final at Wembley will not change the club’s stance on the Dutchman’s future.

When asked whether the win over Palace will be his final match in charge, he told a press conference: “I show you the cup. I don’t discuss it with my friends in the media who already sack me for six months.

“I do not want to talk about leaving.”

But Van Gaal was in bullish mood when asked about the potential for his FA Cup triumph to act as a platform for future success.

“Of course, I have said when I started as the manager that we are in a process of transition,” he added. “I have had to refresh my squad, and I have done it and in spite of the many injuries we have had this season we have lifted the cup.

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