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Manchester United Winter Clear-out: 3 Players Who Should Be Shown The Exit Door

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It could be a race against time, the January window will open soon for transfers in the world of football and while most clubs try to get a few good deals, Manchester United would be wary of the players brought in by Louis van Gaal.

The Dutch manager having spent over £250 million since his arrival, hasn’t really done well with the majority of his signings and now it could be his time to leave the club, if he can’t get things right. United though need to get some players into their team, but that would also mean selling players and a lot of them based on how they have performed for Manchester United.

The problem wouldn’t just be getting rid of a few players but how would Van Gaal spend the money, after the signings he has brought to the club. Nevertheless, it could be a chance for the former Bayern Munich, Barcelona and Ajax boss to make amends and get United back to where they deserve to be, at least, a little closer to the top.

Here is a list of players who should be leaving Manchester United in January.

3. Victor Valdes

Victor Valdes
Victor Valdes

It seems that Victor Valdes would be the first one to leave the club, ever since falling out with the manager; it has been a surprise that his contract was not torn up. The Spaniard hasn’t played much for United at all and spends a lot of time on social media picking on the manager and posting a lot. He is more likely suited to play at rouletteonline.ie, if he continues his antics at Old Trafford.

The goalkeeper might be 33-years-old but he still is one of the best in the world and if he gets a few games under his belt, he could well be getting back to his best. One of the best shot-stoppers during his time at Barcelona, Valdes’ injury might have been hurt by his knee injury but he can still provide a lot of quality to teams who want an experienced goalkeeper at the back.