Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United are well on their way to being perennial title challengers once again, with the self-proclaimed Special One having a real positive impact on proceedings. His work is not done, and there are still changes to be made come the summer transfer window.
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Manchester United eventually chose not to make any major signings in the January transfer window, with Jose Mourinho seemingly content with the current players he has at his disposal. However, you’d imagine the summer period will be different as the gaffer continues to mould his squad.
It feels like the January transfer window has only just closed, but that hasn’t stopped the mainstream media going into overdrive regarding Manchester United’s upcoming summer targets. The latest report comes from the usually reliable Independent newspaper, who say Jose wants to go big…
Anthony Martial has been in and out of the Manchester United team recently, with the talented forward having to bide his time and wait for his chance. At the weekend, it certainly felt like the Frenchman took his opportunity with both hands, as he scored a goal and also tacked on an assist for Juan Mata.
Manchester United Football Club made a bold statement when they signed Zlatan Ibrahimovic on a free transfer last summer, with Jose Mourinho going for the tried and tested – rather than putting his faith in youth. One man who has suffered because of Ibra coming in is Marcus Rashford.
Manchester United’s January transfer window was an extremely quiet one in terms of incoming players, with Jose Mourinho choosing to thin the squad out – by selling both Morgan Schneiderlin and Memphis Depay without bringing any new faces in to replace them.
Over eighteen months ago now, it looked as though David de Gea was just inches away from moving to Real Madrid. The Spaniard was embroiled in some sort of transfer saga that involved a dodgy fax machine – which infamously came to Manchester United’s aid.
Manchester United’s January transfer window was a rather dull one for the fans; particularly in terms of incoming transfers. Jose Mourinho obviously felt his squad is more than capable for right now, either that, or there was no players that became available.
Manchester United have been splashing the cash over the last few years, in a bid to return to the top of the footballing pyramid in England. Although the signs of progression are clear for all to see, you get the feeling that they’ll be more big name players incoming.
Manchester United Football Club didn’t spend any money in the January transfer window, despite Jose Mourinho working wonders and selling both Morgan Schneiderlin and Memphis Depay for pretty good fees. However, it looks as though the Reds have big plans in place for the summer.