Striker Jonathan Walters of Stoke has pulled coach Louis van Gaal and club Manchester United made fun on Twitter after the transfer has fallen through to goalkeeper David De Gea Real Madrid.
Shortly before the 2015 summer transfer window closed, the striker Jonathan Walters of Stoke share sarcastic tweet to BLD MU and coach Louis van Gaal: "Helicopters have gone far. Sorry LVG, which That has not happened (referring to the non-transfer to Manchester United because of missed flight). "
Jonathan Walters sarcastic De Gea M.U after
Indeed, in this summer transfer window, Walters was never a pursuit of MU, but 31 players are still very hot name on the craft. He received the attention of Norwich, West Brom and Leicester City. Which team Leicester City is pursuing the most closely. Even BLD Stoke Walters also recommended allowing him to be gone.
However, Hughes has declared: "Walters would not be allowed to leave the club in the summer transfer window."
Walters spent 5 seasons with the team sticking Britannia Stadium, scoring 34 goals in 178 league matches in the Premiership. Current contracts of players born in 1983 will expire at the end of this season.
As is well known, BLD MU, coach Van Gaal and Real Madrid are being sarcastic pretty much after the troubles related to the transfer goalkeeper David de Gea. Spanish goalkeeper was unable to leave Old Trafford, due to the problems related to the transfer of documents related to the Spanish Football Federation.