Saturday, 23 August 2014

Manchester United transfer news: Is a £56million Angel Di Maria move imminent?


Louis van Gaal has made three signings this summer but after a disappointing start against Swansea is still after more

Big money: Di Maria has little future at Real Madrid under Florentino Perez

English trio to leave on loan

Manchester United will let Danny Welbeck, Tom Cleverley and Wilfried Zaha go ON LOAN in a shock move by Louis van Gaal, writes Alan Nixon.
The Dutchman  has assessed the young English trio and decided he wants them to go out for regular Premier League football before  deciding whether he wants to use them long-term.
News of the decision flashed round the Premier League grapevine yesterday as interested clubs formed a queue for striker Welbeck, midfielder Cleverley and winger Zaha.
Van Gaal does not want to write off the players and thinks they would benefit from spell at rival teams in a typically decisive move by the straight-talking manager.

No rival move for Welbeck
However, Danny Welbeck will not be allowed to move for one of United's top six rivals.
Louis van Gaal has told  the England striker  he can leave United, with Wayne Rooney and Robin van Persie his first-choice strike partnership, writes David McDonnell.
But United have told Welbeck and his representatives the forward cannot join a top-six club,  despite interest from Arsenal and Tottenham.
United do not want Welbeck to sign for a club that could potentially deny them a return to the top four and the Champions League.

Don't see rojo, Rojo

Louis van Gaal has warned Manchester United's new signing Marcos Rojo he must control his temper.
Argentina World Cup star Rojo, a £16million capture from Sporting Lisbon, arrives at United with a reputation as a hot-head.
Rojo amassed 15 yellow cards and four reds during his previous two league seasons at Sporting - more than any other player in the Portuguese Primeira Liga.
And United boss van Gaal has warned the left-sided defender he must improve his disciplinary record if he is to be a success in the Premier League.
"He has to be aggressive in the right moment and when I have to say something - or criticise - maybe that’s it," said van Gaal.
"He has to control himself in every moment. That might be something he needs to improve and I hope I can help him.

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£56million Angel move is now

Angel Di Maria has declared he wants to leave Real Madrid and on Friday was left out of Los Blancos' 1-0 defeat by Atletico Madrid.
And according to Marca, Manchester United will move with a £56million bid in the next 24 hours.
It's claimed that the Agentine will be offered a big-money four-year deal to swap the Bernabeu for Old Trafford, with Louis van Gaal keen on adding his energy to midfield.
Paris Saint-Germain have also been linked, but Laurent Blanc has declared that the French champions may be unable to move for the former Benfica man because of Financial Fair Play.
Reds miss out on Depay
PSV Eindhoven star Memphis Depay will not be moving to the Premier League this summer after signing a new four-year deal with the Dutch club.
The Netherlands international had been linked with a move to both United and Tottenham.
But Depay has instead chosen to continue his education at the Phillips Stadion.

Sporting to move for Anderson

According to the Daily Express, Sporting Lisbon will hand United back £5.5million of their Marcos Rojo money - by moving for out-of-favour Brazilian Anderson.
The 26-year-old has fallen well down the pecking order at Old Trafford in recent years, and his £20million move of seven years ago has petered out.
A loan move to Fiorentina in January came to nothing more than seven appearances and now Sporting could look to take him back to Portugal, where he used to play for FC Porto.

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