Manchester United’s midfielder Andreas Pereira has hit out at Louis Van Gaal over unfulfilled promises.
According to the Brazilian,he would’ve gone out on loan to gain more first team experience in January as there were offers on ground but Louis Van Gaal blocked every move and assured him of more first team opportunities to prove himself at the club. “I wanted to be loaned out in January in order to play more and to keep developing myself, but Van Gaal told me that he did not want me to be loaned out,” Pereira said.”He told me to stay in Manchester because he would use me and that I would play.I told him that was fine, and that if I could stay and play then I would. He did not let me leave. I took the decision and now I’m training, doing my job and waiting for him to fulfil his word.”
The 20-year-old played a total of just 43 minutes following the close of the winter transfer window and says he is now waiting for Van Gaal to honour their agreement.Pereira did not start a Premier League game all season for United and was angered by Van Gaal’s unwillingness to let him go out on loan, only for the player to then remain on the fringes of the first team. The Brazilian signed a three-year contract with the option of another 12 months at the end of last season – but his future now seem uncertain after a testing past year.