Thursday, May 19, 2011

MU Prepare Surprises on Players Stock Transfer

Manchester United Executive Director, David Gill, promising there will be surprises in this summer's transfer policy. At least one prominent player who will be brought to Old Trafford.

Gill admits United will be more busy in the transfer market this summer following the retirement of some players. Goalkeeper Edwin van der Sar, Gary Neville after retirement. Meanwhile, midfielder Paul Scholes also is considering hanging up his boots.

That is not coupled with the issue of sacking some Red Devil senior players like Michael Owen, Wes Brown and Owen Hargreaves. MU itself will give more opportunities to young players Danny Welbeck and Tom Cleverley is on loan to Sunderland and Wigan Athletic.

"Probably we will be a little more busy than usual," said Gill told MUTV, Thursday, May 19, 2011.

"We have worked hard in the last 12 months planning a position where we needed content, identifies the players and try to work with it. What has Alex Ferguson lalukan for 25 years this very successful where he is able to find again the team is slowly and integrate them with several star players, "beber Gill.

"That's what will keep us continue by making a surprise to anyone in the club when you bring in players of high quality. This is something that we expected," he added.

MU itself is currently monitoring several players who will be sought after in the transfer market this summer. Atletico Madrid goalkeeper, David De Gea new 20-year-old will likely fill the place of Edwin van der Sar.

While on the wing, Ferguson was monitoring the Aston Villa winger, Ashley Young. Skilled players who play in several positions has the potential to be a coating Ryan Giggs who started slowing.

One other coveted players believe the trequartista Inter Milan Wesley Sneijder. Sneijder is expected to be a brain MU game in midfield next season.

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