New Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal is expected at the club’s training ground today.
The new Old Trafford boss flew in to Manchester last night to start a new lease of life with the fallen Premier League giants, who finished seventh last season.
The Dutchman, 62, is expected to meet with the club staff and have a first-hand look at his squad before taking his first training session at Carrington.
He will be unveiled at a press conference tomorrow.
The former, Ajax, Barcelona, Bayern Munich and the Netherlands coach then heads out with United on a three-week pre-season tour of America this weekend.
The ‘Red Devils’ start their 2014/15 campaign against Swansea on August 16.
The Daily Star reports that Van Gaal has already ordered his first team players to eat with youth players and coaching staff at lunchtime to improve club morale.
He has already stressed the need for unity in his camp and believes United should be ready to “read from one hymn book” should the task of reclaiming their lost glory be attainable.