Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal will not buy players in January for the sake of it and says that only those who will improve his options are to be considered.
Van Gaal spent over 150 million pounds in the summer on the likes of Luke Shaw, Ander Herrera, Daley Blind, Angel Di Maria, Marcos Rojo and Radamel Falcao, but reinforcements are still needed if United are to get back into Premier League title contention.
The Dutchman signed goalkeeper Victor Valdes on an 18-month deal last week, but insists that he will only dip back into the market if there is a player of sufficient quality.
“When I cannot improve my selection, then I wait,” he told the club’s website. “And then I maybe have to wait a year more. Maybe you think that there are so many fantastic players, but it is not like that.
“However, I don’t (necessarily) prefer to wait until the summer when I can improve my selections. That I have showed with Valdes.
“When we can buy a player who can improve my selection, the club shall buy. Money is not interesting. It is always quality of the players in comparison with the other players that I have. I have to compare. I have to decide. Money doesn’t play any role.”
Van Gaal also claimed that his side would be playing a more exciting brand of football.
“Now that I coach Manchester United, I expect more attacking quality,” he added. “If it is not this year, then next season or the season after that. We shall improve and you shall see it.”
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