Van Gaal's future dominates Sunday World front and back page

SoccerBy Kevin Palmer
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Van Gaal under pressure on Sunday World back page
Van Gaal under pressure on Sunday World back page

The future of Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal dominates the Sunday World back page once again this weekend - and there is every chance it will be his final appearance in his current role as his future hangs in the balance.

United's 2-0 defeat at Stoke forced Van Gaal to admit that he may be tempted to quit as the club's manager, as he hinted he will hold talks with the club's board and his players before making a decision.

We have all the reaction from the Britannia Stadium as Van Gaal battles for survival, while we also have report on a remarkable late evening game in the Premier League as Arsenal were hammered 4-0 at Southampton.

Liverpool and Ireland goal scoring great John Aldridge offers his review of the soccer year that was 2015, with surprise contenders in his manager and player of the year awards.

The big transfer rumours get full coverage ahead of the window opening next week, while Paul McGrath and Kevin Moran are back with exclusive columns.

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