Buy all the fuckers, that'll sort us out.
In danger of. Riiight.http://www.goal.com/en-sg/news/3875/transfer-zone/2013/11/16/4411759/manchester-united-in-danger-of-standing-still-with-no
Manchester United coach Phil Neville admits the club will be in danger of being ‘left behind’ if they fail to bolster the squad with new signings.
If I were writing bull for a newspaper, I'd have said Messi and Ibrahimovic.It appears that The Express are saying were in for Matuidi and Strootman. Star say Ross Barkley. Mail and Time both say we're gonna offer Rooney a £50m deal... and the independent are saying Koke and wait for it... Iniesta
i'd love all of matuidi strootman and Koke. But Strootman doesnt seem a reasonable target since he just joined Roma. Matuidi's contract runs out in the summer right? would love him for free, but we will have to wait 6 months. Koke now, Matuidi in the summer.It appears that The Express are saying were in for Matuidi and Strootman. Star say Ross Barkley. Mail and Time both say we're gonna offer Rooney a £50m deal... and the independent are saying Koke and wait for it... Iniesta
"We can definitely find the money for a big deal, 100%," the United manager said. "I know that because the money was available this summer. We were very close to a major, major signing, and if it had gone through it would have definitely shown what the club is worth. We didn't do it in the end, we didn't quite get there because players had chosen other clubs or made different decisions, but we were close to a couple of major signings and we didn't miss out because of money, that's for sure."
Chief among Moyes’ targets is Everton midfielder Barkley, who has earned rave reviews this season and even broken into Roy Hodgson’s England squad.
The Daily Star reports that Moyes held a lengthy meeting with United chief executive Ed Woodward on Monday to discuss a Barkley swoop, as well as other targets that are believed to include Paris Saint-Germain midfield hardman Blaise Matuidi, Roma’s Dutch playmaker Kevin Strootman and Shakhtar Donetsk’s Brazilian midfielder Alex Teixeira.
United, though, will face competition from Manchester City for Barkley, while Everton are hopeful of tying their academy product down to a lucrative new contract.
Barkley’s England team-mate Tom Cleverley could be used as a makeweight in any deal for the 20-year-old.
Cleverley, who played under Everton boss Roberto Martinez during a loan spell at Wigan during the 2010/11 season, has suffered the ire of some United fans over his perceived lack of creativity and could be deemed surplus to requiremnts at Old Trafford.