Old Trafford side gear up for a summer of drastic change.
Following David Moyes’ untimely sacking as Manchester United manager last week, the reported £150m transfer kitty will have taken a slight dent thanks to his severance payment.
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However, despite the manager’s departure, the club’s owners will be doing everything in their power to bring Champions League football back to Old Trafford for the following year.
Whoever takes over the squad this summer will still have some considerable funds to play with and this is a sneak peak into what their squad could look like next season.
Staying: David de Gea
Leaving: Anders Lindegaard
Coming in: Vanja Milinkovic-Savic
It is unlikely that whoever comes in and replaces David Moyes will be looking for a new number one, as de Gea has firmly established himself as the club’s first choice stopper for the foreseeable future now.
A string of fine performances have made him become one of the league’s top ‘keepers and poor Anders Lindegaard has been left to while away on the bench, prompting him to seek first team football elsewhere next term.
However, United already have a replacement for the Danish international in mind, in the shape of 17-year-old Serbian goalkeeper Vanja Milinkovic-Savic, who the club invited on a trial earlier on in the season.
Savic will provide cover for the Spaniard, while developing himself as one for the future.