Moyes under pressure as Man United deny meetings with replacement

David Moyes is under further pressure as Manchester United boss, as the club were forced to deny claims Holland coach Louis van Gaal had held talks with owner Joel Glazer, according to the Daily Mail.

Reports of a change of manager continue to persist around Old Trafford, after Moyes’ dismal first season in charge of the reigning Premier League champions.

United look set to end the season without any silverware and Champions League football for next season, following last weeks defeat to Bayern Munich at the Allianz Arena.

Moyes still believes the club will retain him, and is set to be given huge financial backing this summer, with Bayern Munich midfielder Tony Kroos and Southampton left back Luke Shaw their initial transfer targets.

Van Gaal has been heavily linked with a move to Tottenham after the summer’s World Cup campaign with the Netherlands, although he is thought to have stalled on the move to see if the Manchester United job becomes available.

Reports from respected Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf claimed that Van Gaal had held talks with United owner Joel Glazer in Switzerland on Friday, but the club have moved quickly to deny such reports.

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