Another disappointing season is coming to a close and unfortunately for Manchester United fans, the misery doesn’t end here. Indeed, the most testing, harrowing, and torturous of periods is upon us, an Ed Woodward transfer window.
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Manchester United Football Club are a side whom need somewhat of a huge overhaul to compete at the highest level once again, and Louis van Gaal is still trying to solve that. We are now just a few months away from the summer transfer window opening, where business will certainly be done.
Manchester United made the move to bring in Matteo Darmian over the summer, in a deal worth £12million from Torino. The right-back made a fantastic start to his career, but it looks as though the club now want someone else in that area of the field.
Manchester United are on the brink of capturing World Cup winning legend that is Bastian Schweinsteiger, according to the fairly reliable German newspaper, BILD.
Louis van Gaal has been reportedly eyeing his summer transfer targets from as early as January, and the Iron Tulip is now readying moves to get his business done as early as possible, allowing his new signings to adapt to his philosophy quicker.
Manchester United have been put on alert by Lionel Messi, after casting doubt about his future in Barcelona by admitting he is unsure as to where he’ll be plying his trade next year. According to The Guardian, United are the only English club that can afford his signature due to Financial Fair Play rules.
Despite a struggling defence, Manchester United and Louis van Gaal will not be delving into the transfer market for a new centre-back in the upcoming winter window, according to the Express. Louis van Gaal is happy to show his faith in the current defensive options, despite a whole host of injuries decimating the back line in particular.
Manchester United are preparing themselves for some busy transfer windows over the coming months as Louis van Gaal is set to be handed a further £100m+ to bolster the squad, according to various newspaper sources.
Victor Valdes was one of the best keepers in the world just a couple of years ago, but last season saw a dip in form and a cruciate ligament injury which ruled him out of the World Cup. Yesterday, Manchester United confirmed that Valdes was going to train at the club after completing his rehabilitation in Manchester, too.
Michael Carrick has turned into somewhat of the forgotten man at Old Trafford this season, after an unfortunate ligament injury he suffered way back in July. The 33-year old midfielder is yet to feature in any match under Louis van Gaal, but according to The Express, he is set to be offered a new Manchester United contract.