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Manchester United now favourites to sign sensational protege


He plays a bit like George Best this one…

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We are hoping, for the sake of Manchester United fans, that when David Moyes says he is unsure about making signings in January that he is simply keeping his cards close to his chest. It would be an understandable tactic considering the high profile mess that Manchester United made with their transfer business in the summer.

After going public with their pursuit of Cesc Fabregas, the whole thing fell to bits, as the player himself said he wasn’t interested in moving to the club. Manchester United ended up with egg on their faces and David Moyes certainly wouldn’t want a recurrence of those events.

Moyes says that is going to be difficult to sign players but we believe that Manchester United will pull out all the stops in order to bring some extra quality to the club. You would imagine that the manager will be looking for fully-formed footballers who can make an impact on the team straight away.

But one young player who has been linked to the club regularly over the last few months is the sensational youngster Ryan Gauld.

Just yesterday Daily Mail reported that Manchester United have once more sent scouts to Dundee United to follow the performances of the 18-year-old.

He may not be able to have an immediate impact on the team. But such is the potential of the lad that it surely won’t be long before he’s playing for a big club. In a contemporary society where overhyping players is pretty much the norm you take tags such as ‘the next Messi’ with a pinch of salt. But if this lad continues on his current trajectory he will certainly be a top player. He doesn’t even look as if he’s trying as he effortlessly glides across the turf with superb balance and ball skills.

If Manchester United could sign him for around £5m then we think it would be worth a punt. Bet Victor have Manchester United as favourites to sign the brilliant youngster at odds of 8/1

Let’s see him in action. CLICK FOR GAULD

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  1. Siva

    Jan 8, 2014 at 4:52 pm

    Moyes should stop blaming referee’s and focus on winning with remaining games.Everyone knows,it’s not an easy task to climb as what archived by Alex ferguson,loosing games at home to Swansea,Everton,Newcastle and Sunderland is very very disappointing.The team is not focused,dedicated and the performance is far behind.Remember the current team players won the title and the players too should be blamed for current crisis at man united.

  2. victor

    Jan 8, 2014 at 5:35 pm

    Moyes should him as soon as possible, add koke and rakitic and we’re gud coz we have januzaj and if lingard and powel are able to be on their top form, we shall have a great squad, but then its Moyes, you cant expect much

  3. Cuzzy

    Jan 8, 2014 at 6:02 pm

    Barkley, Gondugan, Coentrao!! 3 players who will make a massive impact!! Reus wud be awsum but seems to be unavailable in Jan

  4. jimmy

    Jan 8, 2014 at 6:40 pm

    United fans dont know what is going.we only expect Moyes to do magic with the little he has.The man Moyes is just using the tools he has,we all know pretty well that Sir Alex knew that the team he has is ageing out,they re in the era of diminishing return and only he Sir Alex knows how to manage them.My question is,,,,,why did he choose to leave without making some changes now living Moyes with little option.Only he Sir Alex know how to manage this players.only he Sir Alex knows how to play games and come out winning without a strong midfielder.Moyes is naive to this.and am sure that the board of directors in United knows all this why didnt they mobliz this Man Moyes last window yet all blames are now on the coach buh we forgot that the coach is using many tired legs in our team.the tools he is using are playing below expectation,i think Sir Alex,The board,and Glazza Family are all responsible for what is happening in our Great Club United.One Love Great United.In Moyes We Trust.(United Till I Die)

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