Van Gaal talks about his plans for the striker position at United

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Louis van Gaal has insisted that signing a striker is not a priority for Man United this summer, despite the Red Devils registering just a single shot on target in the against Tottenham. Van Gaal claimed he is content with his current striking options, but said if a quality striker was to become available, they would sign him. In other news, Real Madrid have issued United with an ultimatum over the future of David de Gea. Reports in Spain suggest the Spanish club are only willing to pay 25 million euros plus five million in add ons for De Gea, but United are holding out for 35 million upfront. It is believed their final offer involves the option for United to sign Keylor Navas for 10 million euros. And finally, The Sun are reporting that the Red Devils are on the verge of completing a £17.5 million deal for Argentinean midfielder Lucas Biglia. The Lazio midfielder would become United's sixth addition of the summer.

Louis van Gaal
David De Gea
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