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Louis van Gaal has warned Bastian Schwein-
steiger and his other summer signings they will
have to fight hard to nail down a first-team place
at Manchester United.
Schweinsteiger, Morgan Schneiderlin and Matteo
Darmian were unveiled as United players on Wednes-
day night at a press conference in Seattle.
Sitting alongside the trio was Van Gaal, who wasted
no time in reminding his new players that much
hard work lies ahead for them in the coming months.
Van Gaal knows Schweinsteiger well, having man-
aged the player for two years at Bayern Munich, but
that seems to count for little in the Dutchman's
The Germany captain may be one of the most
decorated players in the game but he still has to
fight for his future and the same goes for Van Gaal
too, it seems.
"In top sport, no position is secure---even my
position," the United boss said.
"The players have to fight---Morgan has to fight
with Schweinsteiger, (Michael) Carrick and (Daley)
Blind to play in midfield.
"Matteo has to fight with (Antonio) Valencia."
Schweinsteiger, an eight-time Bundesliga winner,
may be the most high-profile addition but Van Gaal
expects £24million man Schneiderlin to adapt to his
surroundings quicker than any of his new team-
"Morgan can cope with the Premier League," said
Van Gaal, who saw Angel di Maria and Radamel
Falcao flop in their first year in England last term.
"The question with Bastian Schweinsteiger and
Matteo Darmian is whether they can prove it.
"But I have full confidence they can."
Van Gaal complained last year that United's mid-
field lacked steel and dynamism.
In Schweinsteiger he appears to have ticked both
off those boxes. The 30-year-old cut a far more
physically imposing figure than any of the three men
sitting beside him at the press conference at the
team hotel in Bellevue on the outskirts of Seattle.
Another box he ticks is that of born winner.
"I want to win titles," said the German, who spent
17 trophy-laden years at Bayern Munich prior to
joining United. I am used to winning titles and so
are United and that is my goal."
Those words will have gone down well with the
United fans whose only midweek cup action last
year came against MK Dons, Cambridge, Stoke,
Burnley and Newcastle.
This season, United could be facing the likes of Bayern,
Real Madrid and Barcelona---providing they come through
Rooney to consider
Wayne Rooney says he will consider a move to
Major League Soccer once his Manchester United
career is over.
Frank Lampard and Steven Gerrard became the
latest Englishmen to move to the United States this
summer when they joined New York City and the
Los Angeles Galaxy respectively.
Given that he has four years left on his contract
at Old Trafford, Rooney is not currently considering
where his future lies beyond United.
But when that time comes, a move across the
Atlantic will be considered.
"I'm obviously concentrating on Manchester Unit-
ed," said the United captain in an interview with the
Seattle Times during United's tour of the States.
"When that time comes, that'll be something I'd
think about. (I'll) sit down with my wife and children
and decide if it would be right for me."
United play the first of four tour matches against
Club America in Seattle and then travel to San Jose,
where they face San Jose Earthquakes and Barcelona
before tackling Paris St Germain in Chicago.
Van Gaal offers no guarantees at Man U
a Champions League play-off in August.
That United have completed the transfers
of Schweinsteiger, Schneiderlin, Darmian
and Memphis Depay before the start of their
tour has gone down well with Van Gaal.
"I only buy players who can make a con-
tribution---we are not buying just for buying,"
Louis van Gaal, second left, with new
signings from left, Morgan Schneiderlin,
Bastian Schweinsteiger and Matteo
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