Reports in the Daily Star suggest Robin Van Persie has become unsettled at Manchester United since David Moyes’ appointment.
The Dutchman moved to Old Trafford last summer in a controversial £24 million move from Arsenal. He fired United to the Premier League title last season expressing his ultimate happiness with life in Manchester.
However, the retirement of Sir Alex Ferguson has seemingly unmotivated Van Persie. The forward started the season well with a brace in the Community Shield followed by another brace in the 4-1 win over Swansea City. The following two games United have failed to find the net but Van Persie is more concerned with the amount of chances, or lack of, that the club have created.
He doesn’t agree with Moyes’ training sessions and is separated in the manager’s way of playing. Ferguson was a big factor in Van Persie’s move to United and he was happy with how he was developing under the Scot but the former Feyenoord attacker has felt his absence.
The striker is contemplating a move away in the summer should things not change but a move to another Premier League club is unlikely. Arsenal are unlikely to accept him back with his relationship with the club in tatters and interest in other clubs not appealing to the player. A brief spell in Spain would probably suit him best.