It was far from a perfect night for Louis Van Gaal. After watching his side go down 2-0 to PSG in Chicago, he was then forced to admit that two of his most valuable assets may be on the way out of Old Trafford. While he may not be overly worried about the departure of Angel Di Maria, his honest answer when questioned about David De Gea would suggest that saga may be coming to an end.
We have a situation that is not favourable for David De Gea, neither for us and neither for the club that, maybe, he wants to go.
While there was a certain amount of resignation involved in that answer that doesn't mean the Dutchman had lost any of his unique sense of humour. Given that it seems PSG will be Di Maria's next club, it is no surprise that the Argentine was high on the list of journalist's minds.
While losing your record signing for what is expected to be a loss after just one year is far from ideal, Van Gaal had his own way to deal with those pesky questions. Brutal honesty.
We're particularly enamoured with his response to the journalist from Kurdistan.
The Man United boss has really raised the bar for press conferences since his arrival in the Premier League and it looks like he has no plans to slow down this year.