Wayne Rooney is confident in Manchester United

Manchester United’s Louis van Gaal is going through a summer signing spree as he has already signed: Bastian Schweinsteiger, Morgan Schneiderlin, Memphis Depay and Matteo Darmian just to name a few of the big profile players that have recently entered Old Trafford and will be helping out the Premier League club in their journey of taking away the title from Chelsea as well as aim for the European titles.

Robin van Persie has already joined Fenerbahce and Louis van Gaal has to find another attacking player who can perform alongside Wayne Rooney scoring goals. Even though there still are a few things that need to be done not only with the attacking department of the squad but Louis van Gaal also has to find out what he is going to do in relation with the potential departure of David de Gea.

In spite of all the things that need to be done, Wayne Rooney believes that Manchester United has what it takes to go far in the next season and challenge the top teams in England.
Manchester United’s Wayne Rooney said: ‘’I honestly believe we will go far next year and won’t be far off challenging for the league. If you look at the first 10 to 11 games we only had around 13 points, and if you look at where we finished I think it shows we could have been up there with a better start. We’ve dominated and outplayed most teams this season but haven’t taken our chances to win those games; it could have been a different story if we had’’.

All the major clubs in the Premier League are preparing themselves for the 2015-16 season. Arsenal has already signed Petr Cech meanwhile Manchester City made a huge splash by spending €50 in securing the services of Raheem Sterling.

Even though Louis van Gaal has already signed some prominent figures in this summer transfer window its far from over for the Dutch coach as he wants to do everything he can in order to transform Manchester United into the favorites of winning the next season of the top tier English League and a few more signings are expected to be done.