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Daley Blind: I'm getting better every day


New Manchester United signing Daley Blind is ready to play in any position to enjoy regular football at the club.

The 24-year-old joined the Red Devils after a busy summer that also saw the arrival of Angel di Maria, Radamel Falcao and Marcos Rojo.

One of the most interesting players at the 2014 World Cup Finals, the Dutchman reunites with manager Louis van Gaal, a key factor in his decision to move to Manchester.

"He [van Gaal] gave me a lot of trust during the World Cup and during the qualification games for the Dutch team," Blind said at his unveiling.

"I'm happy to work again with the coach, I learned a lot from him and I hope I learn more.

"I'm getting better every day.

"For me I can play in both positions, as a defender and as midfielder.

"I want to play and, if it's on the left and if it's as a defender or if it's as a midfielder, then it's up to the coach.

"I'll try to do my best in the position where I play."

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