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Manchester United: Van Gaal could sign Dutch trio

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Louis van Gaal could bring Dutch trio Wesley Sneijder, Joel Veltman and Davy Klaassen to Manchester United this summer, if he is appointed the club's new manager. 

As reported by The Sun, it appears that the Dutch coach wants to bring a number of players that he will be working with at this summer's World Cup to Old Trafford in the up coming transfer window. 

If reports are to be believed, Van Gaal could make a move for Galatasaray midfielder Sneijder, who would bring added experience to United's cause. 

Van Gaal could, however, look to bring you to Manchester United, with Ajax duo Veltman and Klaassen on his radar. Both Dutch stars have emerged as leading young talents in recent years and look set for a bright future in the game.

With Nemanja Vidic set to leave Manchester United at the end of the season, Veltman - who is just 22-years-old - could act as his long term replacement. 

Meanwhile Klaassen - much like Sneijder - is an attacking midfielder and would increase competition in that department at Old Trafford. 

Manchester United fans will be hoping the club make a number of signings this summer as they look to recover from a disastrous season under former boss David Moyes. 

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