Revealed! A Contract Clause Which Stops Manchester United From Firing Louis Van Gaal

Manchester United manager Louis Van Gaal has not been able to recover United’s position in the Premier League. After a season filled with disappointing decisions, one would have expected United to sack the manager early on and save their faces however things did not go as expected and Van Gaal was given a chance to take United to the Top Four in the Premier League title.

While we all wondered as to why Van Gaal has not left United yet, here is an answer to that: Van Gaal’s contract includes a clause which states that if the manager ends up leaving before the expiry of his contract he is set to receive some compensation from the club but if he leave and United do not reach the top four in the Premier League title run, United can save up to €6m by keeping the manager till the end of the season.

The same was inserted in David Moyes’ contract and the manager was sacked the next day when Old Trafford bosses realized United will not be reaching the Top Four.


Written by Sanjeevani Dhakal

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