Moyes plans shake up at Manchester United

Manchester United Manager David Moyes

Manchester Untied manager David Moyes is set to greatly change his scouting system, according to the Mirror.

The decision comes after being heavily criticised for only making one marquee signing in the summer transfer window.

Moyes signed Belgian midfielder Marouane Fellaini from Everton on deadline day, but United fans and media outlets still questioned the new manager for his lack of summer spending. The pressure on Moyes was raised after being snubbed by Thiago Alcantara and Cesc Fabregas, who turned down moves to Old Trafford over the summer.

The Scot is now set to bring in his own trusted scouts to take over at Old Trafford, as he overhauls the system in his first season with United. The former Everton boss wants his talent-spotters to report the likelihood of signing the player along with their ability.

Questions have already been raised over Moyes this summer, who has failed to attract top players despite inheriting the Premier League Champions, who have been a dominant force in European football for over 10 years. But the 50-year-old is blaming his scouts for players rejecting moves to Old Trafford, and wants to ensure there won’t be a similar scenario in January.

Moyes has decided on his new scouting system ahead of bringing in a Director of Football – a role which could undermine new chief executive Ed Woodward.

Is it right for Moyes to blame his scouts? Why are players snubbing United now?

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