Manchester United have plenty of funds to spend on this transfer window with Louis van Gaal undertaking a huge responsibility in bringing the world class players to Old Trafford, and it’s set to continue.
The Dutchman has got the money and the targets to back it up so the Red Devils are not concluded yet in the current transfer market.
Here’s a latest round-up of Manchester United:
Man United have agreed a transfer deal with Everton for the sale of the Irishman Jonny Evans for £7 million. The defender has played just 14 Premier League games last season and seems to have lost his chance to prove himself to LVG’s squad that he can make it at Old Trafford for yet another season.
However, the Toffees boss Roberto Martinez has stated that there is no such deal is place yet for Jonny Evans. However, the Spaniard has already secured Tom Cleverley from United
Real Madrid manager Rafael Benitez has insisted that Sergio Ramos will not going anywhere and will stay at the Bernabeu this summer.
The Spaniard has been heavily linked with a move to Red Devils for some time, but newly appointed boss Benitez has claimed that the pair have held talks and not spoken since then.
Manchester United have told West Ham that the Mexican forward Javier Hernandez is not for sale.
The 27-year-old, who spent his last season on loan at Real Madrid and has been targeted by a number of clubs this summer, but the English giants now seem keen to keep him on their ranks, who scored only one goal in the Champions League last season.
Manchester United goalkeeper Victor Valdes future remains uncertain and could make a switch to the La Liga giants Valencia this summer.
The 33-years-old has been fallen out with LVG’s squad after the Dutchman announced he was going to sell him after refusing to play for the club’s Under-21s’ side.
Valdes has made just two Premier League appearances last season, keeping one clean sheet.