David Moyes started his Old Trafford career with an excellent 4-1 victory over Swansea on Saturday, but we are yet to see new players at United. The 50-year old Scot is still hopeful of adding new players to his squad before the window closes, and is hoping for some movement on the transfer front this week.
Moyes has been in the job for around seven weeks now, and has added that he’d like to give all of the current squad a chance to impress before investing.
“I am confident we will have players in, things are moving along in the right direction.”
“Everybody wants things done quickly but you have to remember, I got the job on July 1. I have had five or six weeks now and three of them are on tour. Obviously we keep working towards getting things. But this could be a difficult window for me because the level I have been shopping in in the past is not the level Manchester United have been shopping in. That has to come into consideration.”
Marouane Fellaini is still the man on everyones lips regarding incoming transfers, and although his £23m buyout clause has expired, a bid is expected to be made this week.