Nick Powell likes tweet about Louis van Gaal wasting money

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Manchester United midfielder Nick Powell has been caught liking a tweet about Louis van Gaal wasting money at Old Trafford. 

As brought to our attention by 101 GreatGoals, social media gurus have taken screengrabs of Powell's Twitter account, which has seen him like a tweet from Sky Sports suggesting that Van Gaal has wasted money. 

The Sky Sports report, which can be seen here, sees Tony Cottee berate Van Gaal's transfer dealings at the Theatre of Dreams. 


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Of course, Powell may have just been interested in the article, but some would argue that he may well agree with Cottee's stance on the matter. Powell has endured a torrid time in Manchester, failing to come to prominence since signing for the club from Crewe in 2012. 

After lengthy spells on the sidelines with injury, the young midfielder has barely featured under the Dutchman but has managed to force his way into the first-team reckoning in recent weeks.

Powell struggles 

In fact, he's been involved in recent defeats against Wolfsburg and Bournemouth, but failed to feature during the club's latest setback against Norwich City yesterday.

There's no doubt about it, his long-term future at the club is still far from certain and he has it all to do to prove his critics wrong.

Manchester United fans: should Powell remain at your club for the long-term? Have your say below! 

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