Old Trafford boss to conduct massive squad re-shuffle.
David Moyes is ready to swing the axe and offload as many as a dozen members of his Man United squad according to the Daily Mail.
The Scot has been given the backing of the club’s board to make significant moves in the summer transfer market and the former Everton manager will look to make way for such signings by offloading players he feels are surplus to requirements.
Amid talk of a transfer war-chest being made available to Moyes, some reporting this to be as high as £200m, the club’s Premier League placing does seem to suggest that the club has a fair amount of deadwood that could be happily deforested whilst some out of contract stars are seemingly not likely to see their deals renewed.
Moyes will seek to permanently offload loaned out Brazilian Anderson this summer.
Anderson has struggled with his weight, with his fitness and a general lack of effective displays for the Man United first team before he was sent to Fiorentina.
The big money signing will hope to impress the Serie A side sufficiently to secure a permanent move but either way the move appears to be designed to act as a shop window for the 25 year old who cost Man United £20m back in 2007.
Another player who appears to be surplus to requirements and a winger who has been on the peripheries at Man United for a number of years. The Portuguese international’s career is stuttering to say the least and a move away from the Premier League side this summer seems certain.
On his day Nani can still mix it with the best but a lack of consistency has left him nothing more than a bit-part player for Moyes to cash-in on. Juventus are said to be keen on the 27 year old.