Manchester United will not be selling any players in the summer transfer window, according to Sir Alex Ferguson.
The Red Devils’ chief, who will spend a large chunk of the summer recuperating from a planned hip operation which could see him miss the start of next season, has echoed executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward’s claims that there was no need for “major retooling” of the United squad.
Ferguson confirmed on Friday that he is only looking at bringing in “one or two bodies” during the transfer window, while the Scot has now revealed that there will be no players leaving Old Trafford despite speculation surrounding the futures of Nani and Anderson.
“We have no plans to sell anyone,” said Ferguson in the Telegraph.
“That’s a fact. There is no need for us to sell anyone. Nani played last week at Arsenal and he did well.
“When he is in form there are very few better than him. So I think we will bring him back in pre-season training and he will be all right.”
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