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ARE THESE the 2 stars who have provisionally agreed to join Manchester United at the end of the season according to reports?

Carvalho: Baby Faced Beast!

At least 2 stars headed for Old Trafford

It’s possibly the best news that Manchester United have had all season. Our favourite publication, the bastion of truth otherwise known as The Guardian, said this of Manchester United’s summer transfer business:

This newspaper’s information is that deals have already been provisionally agreed for two players in what promises to be an extensive recruitment programme over the summer. The club have deliberately tried to set up transfers six months in advance.

So, with scores of names being thrown around the place, who are the two that Manchester United have reportedly snared. Here is what we think:

William Carvalho: The fanfare has been all about Toni Kroos over the last few months, as his performances and contract wrangles have at adorned the back pages. Kroos would be an exceptional addition but we think that Manchester United have a real fight on their hands to get him. He’s coming into the peak of his career and he is already with the European Champions. Ilkay Gundogan is perhaps a more realistic acquisition.

But reports over the last few days have suggested that Manchester United might have agreed a fee for Sporting Lisbon star William Carvalho. The reported fee of 37m Euros seems high. But the 21 year old has the ability to perform at a similar level as Patrick Viera and Yaya Toure. He’s got a similar sort of physical presence and a beautiful understanding of the game, despite his tender years – he could play for Manchester United for a decade.

Luke Shaw – A Chelsea fan as a boy, but Gareth Bale idolised Ryan Giggs and still didn’t end up at Manchester United. We have sneaky feeling that he will go to Old Trafford this summer. It make sense that a deal would be tied up early because this lad is surely going to Brazil. If he gets on the park his flawlessness will be there for all to see and the fee may rise.
He’s still 4/6 favourite with SkyBet to join Manchester United.

Let’s see the lad in action. Manchester United fans – Do you think that these two are headed for Old Trafford this summer?


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  1. Mark

    Mar 26, 2014 at 4:35 am

    What to say??? The way that we are playing at the moment we would be lucky to sign a decent tea lady. Once again when we thought that we had reached a new low, all of a sudden another one comes along. If you were going to try out a new formation, why the hell would you not try it out against a lower ranked team and not one of the big hitters. Just another prime example of Moyes being bereft of any idea at all how to set up a “big” club. I am not surprised that we were overrun early. Christ, you could’ve driven a bus through our defence in the first 10-15 minutes. Prospective players watching our games must be seeing what we are seeing. It seems the only people who can’t see this is Moyes and his back room staff. Time’s up boys, pack up your tents and piss off out of town. You are just not Man U.

  2. Deluded Dave Moyes Fan Club

    Mar 26, 2014 at 5:46 am

    No way………I have it on good authority that it is Tim Cahill and Duncan Ferguson as both of these guys know how to have a career with no trophies,./…..a Moyes speciality…..and would someone get Charlton’s head seen to.

  3. supremo

    Mar 26, 2014 at 8:02 am

    Hello united fans I’m totally disappointed on these man called David moye, I can’t believe that man. United will be as bad as they are today. If there’s anything that we will do before things will get out of hand let’s do it now.
    It will be nice if this story is TRUE, I will be happy if they later join us, and two of them are still young and I’m quietly believe that they will be good assets for us. Up united……

  4. Michael Mulema

    Mar 26, 2014 at 8:35 am

    Moyes doesn’t understand football, he must go. The players r not to blame, except for Tom Cleverly. These r seasoned proffessionals who just won a league last season therefore the drop should not have been very drastic. His mentality is all wrong, u can win anything if u r cautious every time.

  5. Stephen T

    Mar 26, 2014 at 9:12 am

    Delusional fans ( LOVE IT ) MID-TABLE CLUB ( FACT ) Who is going to sign without astronomical WAGES,because you can only offer Europa League football or ZERO EUROPEAN FOOTBALL 😉 UNITURD ARE FINISHED ( FACT )

    • wassim

      Mar 26, 2014 at 9:44 am

      at least some liverfools can talk football now

  6. nel

    Mar 26, 2014 at 10:41 am

    favouritism n nepotism will kill man united. is it by force to appoint a British to manage United if der are non qualified for the job. mourinho was de right man for the job but because he wasnt British they gave it to incompetent moyes. and we all know the rest of the story. he chose to play his favorite tom cleverly who is incompetent but a British. .. united board has to grow some ball and the earlier the better for the whole club.

  7. John Gabriel

    Mar 26, 2014 at 2:46 pm

    From all indications, I have observed and fully persuaded that David Moyes is a gambler. He gambles United games by a clear evidece of making wrong selections or formtions in most of the United mathes. The issue is not about settling down but, as potential maneger bringing out the best players of your squard and making use of them effectively in every match; not rotating both deformed players and players in-form thereby benching some in-form players in crucial mathces. I just think Moyes is not good enough to manage a big club. Man United is not just a big club but one among the biggest in the world. And to retain the presteige of such a club, United needs world class maneger without compromising any fact and belief. Therefore, for United to retain back their image in all levels titleship, David Moyes should be replced with the “RIGHT ONE” and not the “CHOOSEN ONE”

  8. Acire Phillips

    Mar 26, 2014 at 6:18 pm

    Moyes is nt a gd tactican,axe him out for de gd of de club,we need world class manager nt fake moyes.Comeon de Glazers wake up before de club is dead completely.


    Mar 26, 2014 at 8:02 pm

    I thing Moyes and the Glazers are the ones to be blame for this downfall. Moyes should be sack by all cost and the Glazers should leave Ferguson from choosing a manager for the team. What a shame appointing a 6th potion manager for a team like man united. Ferguson is just a crazy guy and a fool.

  10. Ssekandi Muhamad

    Mar 26, 2014 at 8:08 pm

    Either moyes doesnt know what he is doing or he will never do anything right for utd coz i wonder how u can pick cleverly over valencia on any match as long as valencia is fit, valencia is a match winner just like rooney so plz moyez must leave da club en we get some one who knows what he is doin.


    Mar 27, 2014 at 12:18 am


    ATTACK! or fuck off you prick!!

  12. Tony

    Mar 27, 2014 at 2:52 am

    If you paid attention to the media you would know that Bale’s other hero was John Hartson. And for your info Gareth Bale is generally accepted as being a Gooner!

  13. Emeka njoku

    Mar 27, 2014 at 5:04 am

    Moyes is anti manutd he came to destroyed, plz Glazzer farmilies do something before is too late.

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