Published on July 25th, 2014 | by soccersweep0
Perfection: Manchester United in talks for their major transfer of the summer – report
The rumour mill is churning them out like nobody’s business right now. And the good or bad news, depending on which way you look at it, is that there are over five weeks to go before the window closes. So, if anything, speculation is only going to intensify between now and September.
The best hope that you have to avoid pulling your hair out is if your club does their main business early.
Manchester United have got two excellent new signings already but the fans will hope that another big deal is imminent.
One rumour which just won’t go away is Edinson Cavani to Manchester United. The brilliant 27-year-old Uruguayan seemingly isn’t particularly happy in France and is agitating for a move. The Metro reports Friday afternoon that Manchester United are in talks to sign a player.
Manchester United in new transfer talks for PSG striker Edinson Cavani
Their source is Parisien news outlet Le10 Sport who are apparently close to PSG in the same way that Marca always seem to have the inside track on comings and goings at Real Madrid.
Anyway, they say that this is the fourth round of discussions between Manchester United and the club.
The immediate question is where a player like this would fit into a team which already boasts the talents of Wayne Rooney and Robin van Persie. But when a player this good becomes available you have have to try to find a him starting role or a formation which can house the trio.
The striker has scored 179 goals in 328 appearances at club level and also has 22 in 63 internationals for Uruguay – he’s a natural born goalscorer who also has great pace and works really hard for the team. But when he gets a chance in front of goal he comes into his own.
We think that Manchester United should singn him. He will not only almost guarantee a top four finish but also give Manchester United much more edge in Europe the following year.
Let’s see some Cavani goals. Manchester United fans: worth the cash?