Manchester United - Can they go all the way next season?

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Manchester United could well be the ones to watch this season in the Premier League.

Many people are basing this assumption on the arrival of new manager Louis van Gaal. Of course, yes, Van Gaal has won titles everywhere he has gone and has the ability to shoot United up the table, but he will need more than just his reputation with this challenging job on his hands.

Van Gaal to struggle?

There is no way last season's United team, managed by David Moyes, would be able to challenge for any domestic honours in the 2014-2015 season, even with the Dutchman now at the helm. Simply put, that team was not good enough and neither Moyes nor Van Gaal are miracle workers.

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Funds boost

However, luckily for United fans and neutrals that want a closely-fought Premiership season, United have backed their new manager with huge funds to be able to spend on new acquisitions for the team.

Having already added Luke Shaw and Ander Herrera to their ranks, the Red Devils will still be extremely busy in the transfer window. If they can add to their squad in the right places and strengthen their squad depth, which is vital, then this revitalised United team could make big moves in England's top flight this season.

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