Robin van Persie

A return to the Premier League is not likely for Van Persie

Robin van Persie completed his move from Manchester United to Fenerbahce on July of 2015 as the Dutchman just couldn’t live up to the expectations of Louis van Gaal and he was offloaded to the Turkish club for a transfer fee of around £4 million.

Even though Robin van Persie’s transfer to Fenerbahce was fairly recent, he is already being rumored on making a return to the Premier League as there are club that are considering signing the veteran attacker but this seems to be a little far-fetched taking into consideration the slump that the 32 years old player has been going through in the past few months.

Robin van Persie has officially left the Premier League

Robin van Persie has officially left the Premier League after agreeing a mammoth deal with Fenerbahce to play at the Turkish club for the next three years.

The Dutchman had been on the fringes of the Manchester United first team owing to poor form and lack of proper fitness. Even the arrival of Louis van Gaal did not manage to improve his form and he has now been sold for a fraction of the transfer fee that United had for him in the summer of 2012. Van Persie has been playing in English football since 2004 after having moved from Feyenoord to Arsenal.

Robin van Persie is on the brink of signing with Fenerbahce

Robin van Persie is consistently being linked with a move to Fenerbahce as the Dutch forward is rumored of being at the edge of leaving Old Trafford. If the Dutch forward does leave Manchester United during the summer transfer window, Louis van Gaal will have to search around for a new striker as his main attacking star will only be Wayne Rooney.

Javier Hernandez is another attacking outlet that Louis van Gaal has at his disposal but the Mexican forward is out injured after sustaining an injury during his time performing with his country at the international stage as he had to miss out from the Copa Oro.

James Tomkins accuses Robin Van Persie

West Ham United defender James Tomkins has accused Manchester United striker Robin van Persie of deliberately elbowing him in the face.

Van Persie has been subjected to some criticism with his attitude over the last few years, but it has largely been dusted on the floor due to his impressive goalscoring form. This year, he has come under the spotlight for the wrong reasons more often than not.

After struggling with poor form earlier in the season, the player is looking at the prospect of being retrospectively punished for elbowing Tomkins in the face.

Robin van Persie not comfortable with David Moyes

Manchester United striker Robin van Persie did not seem to have the best relationship with the club’s former boss, David Moyes.

Despite having been relatively injury free for the last five years, the Dutch international appeared to suffer several absences from the first team under Moyes. Unsurprisingly, he has been regularly fit again under the Louis van Gaal. After concerns were raised about his goalscoring record, van Persie has responded with two goals in his last two matches. The record is even better when his goals and assists against Hull City in the 3-0 win are taken into account.

RvP thanked Kuyt

Robin Van Persie thanked his countryman and one of the best wingers of modern era Dirk Kuyt yesterday for his great contribution to Netherlands Football over the years.
The Red Devils star wrote a message for Kuyt on a social networking site which read, “Many congratulations to Dirk for a wonderful career, more than 100 games for Netherlands, one of the modern greats.”
Kuyt brought down curtains on his international career after serving the Netherlands national football team for about a decade. He represented the Oranje in as many as 3 World Cups. Playing in a total of 104 games, he struck 24 times.
The first time that Kuyt had featured for Netherlands was in 2004. He was called up by the then boss Marco Van Basten.

RvP Enjoying Time Off

After a hectic season of football, Robin Van Persie has finally got some time to spend with his better half and kids. The Netherlands skipper is currently miles away from Manchester. He is holidaying at one of the Caribbean Islands with his family.

Van Persie has been reportedly given an extended break after his national duty in the World Cup by the new Red Devils’ boss Louis Van Gaal. He would not be a part of the Manchester United squad which will go on the pre season tour of America.

Van Persie had finished at the third position in the list of the leading goal scorers in Brazil. He had struck 4 times there and had helped the Oranje finish at no. 3 in the World Cup behind Germany and Argentina.

Van Persie Backs Up New Manager, Van Gaal

Robin van Persie has once again spoken about the next Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal. It is really expected that van Persie will become the club’s most important player next season onwards when van Gaal becomes the club manager. It has been well known that the striker shares great relationship with the Dutchman, but he has spoken about it in public for the first time in detail. Despite playing for some of the top managers in the world like Arsene Wenger and Sir Alex Ferguson in his stellar career, van Persie says that he has never enjoyed a better relationship with any other manager than van Gaal.

ROONEY EXTENDS DEAL

Wayne Rooney’s contract extension with Manchester United will see him remaining with the club up until 2019 and David Moyes has downplayed the importance that not only Rooney will be for United but also Van Persie.

Injuries have taken a hit on United as both of the main attacking players of Manchester United (Van Persie and Wayne Rooney) have been suffering from a number of injuries that has left him out of a few important matches for the club.

NEW TRIO

Van Persie, Wayne Rooney and Juan Mata are the primary attacking options that Manchester United has to offer and they certainly have enough quality and talent to go against the very best that they face off in the Premier League but even with the recent addition of Mata to the club, it wasn’t enough for them to get a victory against a club that is located on the middle section of the tables, Stoke City.

David Moyes already has intense pressure building up after each week goes by and the failure to secure points against some particular clubs but things might just be getting tougher for him after reports started emerging claiming that the Dutchman Van Persie is unhappy playing at Old Trafford and could be seeking his way out of Manchester United by the end of the current campaign.

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