David Moyes To Conduct Premier League Raid: Scot Targets Man United Winger & £26m Tottenham Flop Roberto Soldado

Former Manchester United and Everton manager David Moyes is hoping to raid the Premier League in January following his appointment as Real Sociedad manager.

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Moyes wants to bring United winger Ashley Young and Tottenham Hotspur forward Roberto Soldado to the La Liga club on loan, according to the Sunday People.

Sociedad are currently 15th in La Liga, only above the relegation zone on goal difference.

Moyes is keen to call upon English-based players that he knows well to help his struggling side climb the table.

Young, 29, featured frequently during Moyes’s reign at Old Trafford.

Soldado, also 29, has not enjoyed his best form since joining Spurs for £26m in August 2013.

However, the former Spain international was prolific with former club Valencia, scoring 59 goals in 101 La Liga appearances.

Spurs head coach Mauricio Pochettino has seemingly run out of patience with Soldado, who has failed to score in five league games this term. Therefore, a January departure is very possible.

Young started the season in Louis van Gaal’s first XI, playing out of position at left wing-back.

However, he has featured just once since August and he now appears to be surplus to requirements at Old Trafford.

Moyes’s first game in charge of Sociedad is at Deportivo next weekend. In total, he has seven games to navigate before the transfer window opens in January, including two Copa del Rey matches.

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