No need for transfer remedy in MU: The Manchester United’s Dutch manager Louis van Gaal states out his thought that he is firm to not jumping into the transfer market yet after a bitter defeat 2-1 to Swansea recently at Swansea City.
Juan Mata breaks the game with a goal in the 48th minute to give his team the lead in the game at the Liberty Stadium on Sunday. However, their lead breaks after the Swansea manager Garry Monk reacted by shifting his strategy in midfield configuration and successfully takes the lead from United with two goals within five minutes after the transformation.
The Swansea team had their first goal by a smart downward header by Andre Ayew in the 61st minute and a perfect pass for BafetimbiGomis strikes the second goal for Swansea. Not to forget, the crucial victory of the Swansea team was also contributed by their flawless defend to deny Wayne Rooney for a late equaliser.
Judging from the goal-scoring problems that United is facing, Van Gaal firmly clarifies that he is very satisfied with his current line-up when asked if he would look to alter his squad to boost extra attacking power before Tuesday’s transfer deadline.
Referring back to the previous game, it was really a disappointment towards van Gaal. He expressed a feeling of frustration, and more disappointment. “For 85 minutes we were the dominant side.
However, we have lost the game in five minutes and the cause is because they changed the shape.” said the Dutch. Despite feeling frustrated and depressed, he did not put the blame at any of his players but also dismissed suggestions that claims Romero is partly liable for both goals. On the other hand, the Swansea manager meanwhile happily claims that he is in no rush to add anyone to his squad yet. As a manger, he has won all three of his league games against United by a 2-1 score line.