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Manchester United: The Jaw-Dropping £137m triple swoop which can fix everything


Dream buys

In what is turning out to be another dismal window in the transfer market for Manchester United all is not yet lost.

And the tiny crumb of comfort that we all have is that, in 10 days time, it will all be done. One way or another, we will know who Manchester United have signed.

We believe they could completely redeem themselves with these three buys.

Vidal – following his transfer has been like reading War and Peace – very long and pretty boring. If only Manchester United could conduct their business in the same manner as clubs like Barcelona, Chelsea and Real Madrid, this guy would already be training with Manchester United’s first 11. He’s got the lot. So why is it taking so long? Price mooted – £47m.

Di Maria – He would add the cutting edge and pace on the flanks that Manchester United are so famous for but so patently lack right now. There remain question marks over his overall consistency. But when you look at the current landscape this is a deal that Manchester United can scarcely afford not to do. Price Mooted – £50m

Cuadrado – A player that we really like. He’s got that rare combination of genuine athleticism and real footballing talent.

With the Argentine on the left wing and Cuadrado on the right Manchester United would have fantastic service for their world class strikers again.

The Fiorentina sporting director Daniele Prade said recently, while licking his lips with excitement:

He said: “We have had no official bids for Cuadrado.

“However it would be very difficult to refuse an offer of €50m (£40m).

An outfield which included Di Maria, Vidal, Herrera, Mata, Cuadrado and a forward line of RvP, Rooney would leave the fans salivating about their team once more.

Manchester United fans: still confident?



  1. Lloyd

    Aug 22, 2014 at 8:49 pm

    It’s total madness whoever is incharge of bidding for players is does not have the best intirest for Man united at all why take such a long time to launch bids for players when you need to strengthen your squad ,that person must resign from his Post you are working against the vision of the Greatest football squad in the world !!!!!! work up from your sleep before you ruin the team !!!! woodward

  2. Lloyd

    Aug 22, 2014 at 8:59 pm

    I mean this guy was saying a few weeks ago that we have the money to break the transfer records now players are available he is not putting the money were is mouth is why are u not leaning from the previous season were u make a mockery of a transfers ,u bought a player who cost £27m n now u want to offload him madness ,children’s games ,why do you announce these facts ,just do your business quietly is it not a noble thing ?????

  3. jimbo

    Aug 23, 2014 at 5:27 am

    i have bin saying this all the time say nothing till you have yhe player then brag all you want but i do beleave a lot of the players agents tell the media what they are doing in the hope that other clubs will start a bidding war. also it helps to sell papers, if i was thick ed,woodward when enqiureing about a player the first thing that is said open your mouth and we drop the player like a hot potatoe and if the agent does not like it he not got the players best at heart,

  4. paulgee adjei

    Aug 23, 2014 at 1:23 pm

    pls why are u breck our heart eldwoold pls by di maria, cualdrado, vidal and lucas silva,blind and vlaar. Pls, pls pls help us.

  5. Maqui

    Aug 23, 2014 at 1:40 pm

    I think woodward shold stop these kind of business and bring worldclass players time is up!

  6. Allan

    Aug 23, 2014 at 3:52 pm

    First off the managers say no comment, no offers have been made, they cannot openly say anything, when the rumors surfaced that Ronaldo was leaving, SAF vehemently denied them right up until the last moment, when the cash is right the manager will admit it, they need to get enough to warrant telling their fans why the player has left, remember the fury and anger when we lost Ronaldo, also these rporters have nothing to go other than hearsay and being Brit media renowned for fantasy and mind games , everytime we comment on their post they get paid I guess, that is why they print sensationalism and bullshit

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