Ander Herrera says that Manchester United will make everything they can to delay Leicester City from winning the Premier League title.
Both sides will meet at Old Trafford over the weekend, and the United players are keen to make life difficult for the league leaders. Leicester City needs two points from their next three games if they want to be crowned Champions. A win at Old Trafford will see them win their first ever Premier League title.
Manchester United have ambitions of their own. They are currently five points behind Arsenal, who is in fourth place and a win can boost their hopes of making it to the Champions League.
According to Ander Herrera, there is not a single Manchester United player that want to see Leicester City win the title on their ground and that they would do anything they can to prevent this from happening at Old Trafford. Continue reading Manchester United will not make it easy for Leicester City according to Herrera
Louis Van Gaal has credited his players for the revival in form that they have shown in the last few months. The Dutchman was famous for altering the tactics of United to a unique 3-5-2 system with a number of players like Wayne Rooney and Ashley Young being used out of position. After severe criticism that he faced in the first half of the season, Van Gaal is now basking in the glory of being considered as one of the top managers in the league. His United team have achieved wins over Liverpool and Tottenham when these teams were in form.
This has propelled them towards sealing a top four spot comfortably even with a few matches left. There has even been the talk of a title challenge even though table leaders Chelsea may appear to be quite far away. Van Gaal opened his United account with only three wins from the first 10 matches. They have now achieved four straight victories in the league. Even though the possibility of winning a title looks beyond them this campaign, it will be considered as a hugely successful season if they get into the top four. United have suffered only two defeats in the league since November. Continue reading Louis Van Gaal has credited his players for the revival in form