Manchester United manager, Louis Van Gaal has shockingly admitted that it is quite possible that he would not be at Old Trafford next season.
The Dutchman, while fielding questions from newsmen at a press conference on Friday said his continued stay at the Red Devils will be based on the decision of the management.
“I think the board has to evaluate after the results of this year, what they have to do,” he said.
“I cannot predict that when I do not know the facts. First you have to see the facts, I have always said that.
“The results and the titles and Champions League positions you can only say at the end.
“I am a rational person. I know a Manchester United manager has to win something, but I am still working on that.”
Goal reports that Van Gaal has been criticised for failing to get the best out of many of the players at his disposal and former Red Devils winger, Angel Di Maria recently claimed that he struggled at United because he was played out of position.
But Van Gaal has hit back at the Argentina international, insisting he must take some of the blame for an underwhelming single season at Old Trafford in 2014/15.
“I have never seen a player who doesn’t look at himself [like him].
“He looks at the way he performed here and [claims] it is always the fault of the manager.
“So he is one of the players who has no self-criticism. Unfortunately it is my life as a manager. It is always like that.”