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Sir Alex Ferguson is plotting a January transfer raid for at least two of Manchester Citya€™s top targets in a move sure to infuriate Roberto Mancini ahead of Sundaya€™s derby.Sportsmail can reveal that Manchester United chief executive David Gill flew to Croatia on Tuesday for talks about signing Dinamo Zagreba€™s A?15million-rated teenage sensation Alen Halilovic.
Gilla€™s transfer mission will do little for City manager Mancinia€™s mood in the build-up to Sundaya€™s eagerly awaited derby at the Etihad Stadium.Mancini was left fuming at the way City missed out on the likes of Arsenal striker Robin van Persie in the summer and will demand answers if they are once more outmanoeuvred by their nearest, less noisy neighbours, who are also tracking Dinamo centre back Domagoj Vida. The views expressed in the contents above are those of our users and do not necessarily reflect the views of MailOnline.
Manchester Uniteda€™s farcical transfer window came to an ignominious end on Monday evening, as Englanda€™s most famous club were reduced to a laughing stock, amid claims of impostors and incomplete paperwork on the Iberian peninsula. It was only on deadline day - when the penny finally dropped with the United board - that Woodward finally decided to split the offer.
Real Madrid were aware of Uniteda€™s interest in Fabio Coentrao towards the end of last week, but Moyes only picked up discussions over a loan deal towards the end of Monday afternoon, leaving Madrid with too little to sign Guilherme Siqueira, who instead joined Benfica. Bilbao players are rarely sold below their buyout fee as the club only use Basque players and are therefore incredibly difficult to replace. Reports in Spain also revealed that United made a last-gasp A?34million bid for Real Madrida€™s Sami Khedira, while Sportsmail understands that United twice turned down the opportunity to sign Mesut Ozil this summer, despite the new Arsenal signing being just the kind of inventive spark that United are lacking.It has been a brutal induction to the cut-throat nature of the global transfer market for Woodward, in his first summer since replacing David Gill, whose relationship with Sir Alex Ferguson was crucial to United in high-pressure dealings. It has allowed the notoriously spendthrift Arsenal to spend over A?40million, while middling clubs such as Swansea, Southampton and West Ham have broken their transfer records and spent in excess of A?20million. It is so sad he has become such a bitter middle aged man and cant get over that episode of his life. Nice retirement present from Citeh that, images of their crying fans, that's a classy move from them.
Also remember that two seasons ago they beat us because their man at the FA got our fat boy suspended for the semi-final and Dimi had a stinker.
As far as targets go, Arsenal has already brought in the underrated Yaya Sanogo, a lanky and skillful player (think a healthy Abou Diaby only reincarnated as a forward) from AJ Auxerre.
The wage bill has been freed up as a number of names have been successfully flung off by Arsenal, there are still a few who fans would love to see leave though. Here’s a list of players we’ve been linked with lately and what I think the chances are that we actually get them. Marouane Fellaini – The tall Belgian is excellent but he’d have to be a direct replacement for diaby and Arsenal arguably has more pressing needs in midfield (a battling midfielder for instance).
Christian Benteke – Strong, imposing, and has EPL experience but there’s no amount of money Villa would accept for him.
To see our content at its best we recommend upgrading if you wish to continue using IE or using another browser such as Firefox, Safari or Google Chrome. The story adds that while Ferguson does not wish to return to the dugout having retired as manager in 2013, it is understood he would be prepared to help out Giggs if the former United midfielder was handed the reins for the rest of the season. Van Gaal remains under-pressure at United and faces another huge test of his credentials when his side travel to rivals Liverpool later today.
Since the Dutchman arrived at the club, Ferguson has effectively been shut out of all matters at United but he does retain the respect and support from the Glazer family. It is widely thought that if Giggs takes over - probably until the end of the season - that he would ask his former boss to help him out. The report in the People say that Ferguson would be willing to help out Giggs although he wouldn't want to sit on the touchline.
Ferguson is a regular in the Old Trafford directors' box and it is thought he would remain seated there even if he took up a new role. According to Spanish magazine Don Balon, however, Van Gaal is ready to meet the €28m (A?21m) valuation and is confident of bringing the player to Old Trafford this month. Real Madrid want United to come in for Toni Kroos - so they can free up the cash to sign PSG striker Edinson Cavani. According to French outlet A Bola, the La Liga giants want to sell Kroos to United for A?40.5m and then use the cash to sign Cavani. Time is of the essence for the Spanish side given they will be unable to sign anybody for the next two transfer windows after the current one. The Mirror claims that Van Gaal has made it clear the Spanish goalkeeper won't be leaving to join the relegation strugglers on loan this month - and continues their bitter feud. Valdes has been frozen out by the club since a fall-out with the Dutchman at the start of the season. It had been thought that a move to Newcastle would provide Valdes with an escape route, but Van Gaal does not want to allow him such luxury.

The Mail says the high-flyers have expressed an interest in the 20-year-old who has been told he can leave the club on loan. Van Gaal is likely to turn down Leicester's approach as he now sees the Foxes as rivals for a Champions League spot. Home design software product chooser, See a detailed feature list and compare the features of home designer to select the best home design software..
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United were still refusing to give up in their attempts to sign Baines as late as Monday evening, despite Everton insisting from the very start that the player would not be sold. It is understood that Woodwarda€™s mission was to resolve Wayne Rooneya€™s future and to push through the transfer for Fabregas. Bayern Munich signed Javi Martinez last year, and the Germans privately admitted that it was one of the most complicated and hard-fought deals they had encountered. As former United assistant manager Mike Phelan has alluded to, Woodward has taken on a very different role at Old Trafford.
Manchester United, therefore, should be competing with the likes of Real Madrid and Barcelona in the pursuit of the most expensive players on the biggest wages - do not be surprised if fans soon turn once again on the Glazers. Certainly, Tottenham have benefited this summer from the work of Franco Baldini while Manchester City secured their business early with Txiki Begiristain aiding Manuel Pellegrinia€™s pursuit of players. It includes an EXCLUSIVE interview with Mikael Silvestre, a Q&A with the country's top journalists about our transfer targets, articles by brilliant United writers, and so much more. Roy without a shadow of a doubt was a great player for us, but towards the end he was starting to believe that he was greater than Manchester United, and Fergie duly showed him the door!
This part will deal with the marquee players, the midfielders and attackers, the guys who sell the jerseys and who everyone loves to see.
And we can discount Gonzalo Higuain who has signed with SSC Napoli after playing the waiting game with Real Madrid and Arsenal. Nicklas Bendtner seems to be playing Winston Bogarde card or lately the Andrei Arshavin card where he is content to NOT play or sign for anyone else as long as he keeps earning fat wages from the Gunners. He is a wicked enforcer but he’s best when paired with a similarly imposing enforcer, think of him being paired with Fellaini.
Ginter is a libero…good in midfield or defence, excellent reader from the back, combative. And whatever amount it’d take to get him would be obscene and not something Arsenal would offer. Great dribbler, good movement but is he ready for the physicality of the EPL, I doubt that. Subscribe to the mailing list and get a daily update with the most important news about Business! The Gunners have been long-time admirers of the midfielder but are said to be unwilling to match the French club's valuation. Admittedly, every player has his price - but United never came near to approaching the desired A?20million for the England left-back. As far as Uniteda€™s business in Spain goes, the Coentrao failure is merely the tip of the iceberg.
Previously, he was responsible for bringing money into the club and pushing Uniteda€™s relentless commercial drive - now hea€™s spending the money. United had hoped to send out a message to the football world by backing their new manager unequivocally in the transfer market, quelling fears that United would not be the same force in the post-Sir Alex Ferguson era. United were found wanting this summer, lacking somebody streetwise and with a burgeoning contact book to secure deals. As referenced in Part 1 here, this so-called influx of cash should be treated with caution.

Similarly David Villa slunk off to Atletico Madrid after Arsenal didn’t chase him in the summer. He’s an uncompromising tackler and has excellent ball winning ability, he’d come cheaper than some others on this list. He’d make a good story for the Arsenal British project but it’d take some convincing to make United repay Arsenal in similar coins to the way MUFC took RVP.
Admirer of the purity of tiki-taka, total football, catenaccio, and any other system bold enough to be itself. Bizarrely, Uniteda€™s final offer for Baines on Monday afternoon - worth A?15million - was the same as his valuation in last weekenda€™s A?40million joint offer for Baines and Fellaini - which was rejected.
Jose Mourinho was back at Chelsea, Manuel Pellegrini was spending a fortune at Manchester City - but all eyes were on United. Arsenal has always been very careful in buying and the fact that Ivan Gazidis says the club has record amounts to spend should be treated as just talk until we actually see something materialize, it is not the first time we’ve heard that Arsenal has money to burn.
For years the contention was Arsenal didn’t spend money…that was not quite true, the Gunners did spend, the money was just spent on sub par players either in wages or lower transfer fees plus heavy wages. Why, therefore, United left it so late and to a stage that would allow Everton to negotiate an even higher fee - A?27.5million - is deeply puzzling. Again, though, it is thought that should a more credible offer have been made earlier in the summer for Baines - allowing Everton reasonable time to hunt a replacement - then a deal may have gone ahead. The decision was taken that Wayne Rooney would not be sold, certainly not down the Kings Road, anyway, and United were ready to prove their continued status as Englanda€™s biggest club with mega-moves for mega-players.A  So, what went wrong? United had even firmed up personal terms with Herrera - who agreed a five-year contract on reduced terms of A?3million-a-year - only for Woodward to pull the plug on Monday evening, believing the buyout fee to be too expensive.
United view themselves as the last of the traditional clubs, where the manager manages and they are trying to afford David Moyes the same level of control enjoyed by Sir Alex Ferguson. As mentioned last time around, with Arsene Wenger, the popularly linked players are many times ignored by him. No one else would have given Chamakh or Bendtner the amounts we gave them and that’s partly why getting rid of them is so hard. It was also widely known that Everton manager Roberto Martinez would return to Wigan to sign James McCarthy as Fellainia€™s replacement and United should have anticipated the dangers of allowing a chain involving the master negotiator Dave Whelan to run so close to the deadline. With Moyes seemingly unconvinced about Patrice Evra at left-back, it is equally staggering that that United did not have a firm contingency plan in place. Further humiliation came with the claims in Spain that three impostors - claiming to be United representatives - arrived at the LFP administration offices in Madrid to conclude a deal.On deadline day, Uniteda€™s panicking, scattergun approach emerged as Roma confirmed a A?12million bid for Daniele De Rossi had been rejected. The Director of Football model also makes him the constant, with managers often changed - which isna€™t the route United intend on heading down. Gervinho is another player the fans seem to have a love-hate relationship with, I think he should stay though. He refused to rule out a sensational move for Cristiano Ronaldo in his first press conference as manager. The Spaniard then gave a press conference stating that he never had any intention of leaving the Catalan side. In reality, signing Ronaldo - this summer at least - was nothing more than a pipe-dream, but it did not stop United exploring all possible avenues to sign the superstar.
He is fast and dribbles very well, he just has a penchant for shooting when he should pass, and passing when he should shoot…but apart from that, he’s perfect (tongue in cheek). The message has been consistent: Manchester United are always interested in the best available players. The first whispers came that Moyes - unfairly - and Woodward - perhaps with more justification - appeared out of their depth.A And then came the shambles of the Ander Herrera deal. I’d keep the Ivorian one more season though Roma are rumored to want him, the only way I’d let him go would be if I had a better replacement waiting in the wings for cheaper (Hint hint – Serge Gnabry). On the Sydney leg of Uniteda€™s pre-season tour, Moyes confirmed his interest and a firm offer for Barcelonaa€™s Cesc Fabregas. Woodward revealed a€?there was no cut-off pricea€™ in the pursuit of players, that the club would back David Moyes if he desired a a€?stellar signinga€™ such as Gareth Bale.

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