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Van Gaal tells Woodward which players he doesn't want

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Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal has told vice-chairman Ed Woodward the players he doesn't want at the club, according to The Express

Van Gaal - who will take the Dutch national side into this summer's World Cup - was appointed the new boss of the Red Devils on Monday, and now it appears that he's ready to make a number of changes to his current squad. 

Manchester United endured a nightmare season under David Moyes in 2013/14, ending in seventh place in the Premier League table - and consequently outside of the Champions League positions. 

And a number of Manchester United players could head for the Old Trafford exit door this summer. Federico Macheda and Brazilian midfielder Anderson - who both spent time out on loan throughout the course of the last campaign - could both depart The Theatre of Dreams.

The trio of Nani, Tom Cleverley and Patrice Evra could also leave the former Premier League champions this summer. Evra was a consistent member of United's side last season, with Cleverley and Nani often in and out of the team. 

However, with Manchester United expected to make signings under Van Gaal, all three players could lose their first team status in 2014/15. 

It's expected to be a busy few months at Manchester United, as Van Gaal, Woodward and Co. assemble a squad to take them forward next season.

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