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The one that got away from Manchester United?

Date: 2nd May 2014 at 6:39pm
Written by Christy Malyan

It's no secret that Manchester United's lack of quality in the middle of the park has plagued them all season. Throughout the final years of his Red Devils tenure, Sir Alex Ferguson ill-fatedly devoted much of his attentions in the transfer market to sourcing a highly-talented central midfielder, with Chelsea's John Obi Mikel, Tottenham's Moussa Dembele and former Inter Milan star Wesley Sneijder representing just a few of the Scot's many midfield targets that never materialised at Old Trafford. David Moyes went onto inherit United's most fatal flaw, further amplified by Paul Scholes hanging up his boots for the second and final time last summer. Fellow Evertonian Marouane Fellaini proved to be no solution - understandably so considering the 6 foot 4 Belgium international is a polar opposite of the ex-England playmaker in every manner possible - and the next United manager, most likely Louis Van Gaal, will now enter the summer transfer window with a solution to United's centre-mid conundrum his leading, most costly priority. Yet the torrid saga of Manchester United's engine room could have been so different if the Premier League champions had done more to stop France international Paul Pogba from joining Juventus in summer 2012. The 21 year-old made just three Premier League appearances during three ... Read More


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