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Manchester United: Transfer close? Powerhouse omitted from squad for next match according to reports



Manchester United fans have become used to biting their fingernails towards the end of the transfer window over the last few years.

Because, if you take Robin van Persie out of the equation, you have to go back to 2009 and Dimitar Berbatov for the last really stellar signing. The fact that this deal didn’t really work out makes for even worse reading.

What is for sure is that Manchester United need to have a couple of really decent windows if they going to be the best team in Europe again

But, for now, we have only scraps to feed on again. The latest pertains to Fiorentina wide man Juan Cuadrado who has apparently been left out of the squad for the friendly match versus Real Madrid this weekend.

Talksport says:

Fiorentina have left Manchester United target Juan Cuadrado out of their friendly against Real Madrid on Friday – adding to speculation he could be set to leave Italy.

We believe that this means he’s likely to leave. But where to?

Manchester United: Louis van Gaal could sure use this guy and he will immediately improve the first 11 with his marauding quality down the right hand side But the feeling is that other targets remain bigger priorities. But if there is a chance to sign him then United surely have to snap him up.

Barcelona: we get the sense that Barcelona is the player’s preferred destination. As for Barcelona themselves they might not have the cash to currently make the deal happen unless they sell another star.

Chelsea: Dark horses and very good in the transfer market, Chelsea may well show an interest in this lad. But they have already exceeded their quota of foreign players so they would have to offload before I deal could happen. And while we think that he would improve Chelsea we aren’t sure that the club would see this as a priority transfer right now.

So the deal is there for Manchester United but will they do it? Manchester United fans: keen on the player?



  1. becu james arikadious

    Aug 15, 2014 at 5:16 pm

    we are ties with the issues of transferring news players so luis van goal like to make same thing david moyes did last season why to sign juan cuadrado ,vidal,rojo,beniata ,or blind so we are not happy

  2. Ibrahim Bangs

    Aug 15, 2014 at 5:46 pm

    what a shame! one of the richest football club is afraid sign goodplayers. may be they are heading for relegation this time.

    • chris

      Aug 16, 2014 at 9:29 am

      Are you even a man united fan? What a bullshit you say. There is enough quality in de squad to reach atleast top 4.

    • bernard

      Aug 16, 2014 at 1:54 pm

      Relegation , are you joking?

  3. Kabalira David

    Aug 15, 2014 at 5:51 pm

    Am really disgusted with Man United transfers, why should abig club like United take long to decide on which players to buy, the fanbase has been denied of their trust in Ed wood who is so sluggish and allowing other clubs to take them. We kindly request to have Vidal, Cuadrado, Banatia,Blind and Di Maria

  4. abdulkareem omobolaji

    Aug 15, 2014 at 6:58 pm

    How can united fight for the league with this squad no, we have many chance to sign. Why can’t united do quickly and Sign this players. Di Maria,cuadrado,benatia,and vidal if united should sign this players man utd is the owner of the league plz do it quickly. We want new faces like this listed players

  5. lamin jawla

    Aug 15, 2014 at 9:26 pm

    Ed Woodward and the Co planning to drop man u to the championship but their plans will fail.they are only busy their personal interest but not that of the club.

  6. Frank Owusu

    Aug 16, 2014 at 6:04 am

    i wonder why a club like man Utd is still struggling to buy players. i don’t think we’re ready for business. these players available cannot play the EPL, the FA cup as well as the capital one cup

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