Old Trafford side keen to flex their financial muscles.
Man United will look to continue their high level of transfer activity in the coming seasons according to reports on the Daily Telegraph’s website.
The Old Trafford side’s ‘financial muscle’ comes off the back of a lucrative new kit deal with Adidas and is said to over the club the potential to sign “a Suárez every year”.
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This would intimate Man United’s desire, and ability, to bring in a £75m signing each year which would be in line with the efforts of Real Madrid.
The Spanish giants appear to have entered a new ‘Galatico’ era with the signings of Gareth Bale and James Rodriguez over the course of the last two summer transfer windows, moves that have cost a combined £148m and seemingly Man United are looking to follow a similar path to squad rebuilding.
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The Adidas deal will net Man United £750m over the course of ten seasons and will help the club to erase the memory of last term’s disastrous seventh place finish.
Man United have spent in excess of £150m on new signings this summer with new boss Louis van Gaal given the funds necessary to conduct a major squad re-shuffle with the arrival of Real Madrid’s Angel di Maria being a real statement of intent with the £59.7m deal breaking the British transfer record by some distance.
The outlay forked out for the Argentine is almost £10m more than Chelsea paid Liverpool for Fernando Torres, which broke the previous British transfer record fee back in 2011.