16 January 2011

Transfer Window Round-up for Manchester United

15 days of the Transfer window have elapsed. United have barely rolled any cash so far apart from Anders Lindegaard's transfer from Denmark and that too on an undisclosed fee. Peter Schmeichel has warned that Lindegaard can by no means be United's number 1.

Rest 15 days are expected to be quite for United as far as the transfers are concerned. Below is a summary of the 2010/11 January Transfer events for Manchester United so far:

Anders Lindegaard from Aalesund, Denmark
Contract: 3.5 years
Watch Lindegaard's first interview at Manchester United:

(fresh rumours)
Alexis Sanchez from Udinese (Italy)
Manchester United have refreshed their desire to sign Chilean playmaker Alexis Sanchez joining the big names like Chelsea and Inter.  Apparently United are most likely to sign him. However, Sanchez comes with a heavy price tag of £17million. This might put off Sir Alex
Fabio Coentrao: from Benfica
He could serve as an ideal alternate of Patrice Evra in case he leaves in the summer for Barcelona.
Unfortunately, this guy also comes at a huge cost of £20m

LOANED OUT till the end of 2010/11 season:
Federico Macheda to Sampdoria, Italy
Macheda only went to Italy to get more experience, that's what we've been hearing so far. However he may have settlign plans and may never turn back to United.

Richie Da Laet to Portsmouth
the Belgian is ready to join 3rd club on loan this season after Sheffield and Preston

Danny Welbeck to  Sunderland (since the start of the season)

Tom Cleverley to Wigan Athletic (since the start of the season)

Mame Biram Diouf to Blackburn Rovers (since the start of the season)

Nicky Ajose to Bury

Corry Evans to Hull City
Danny Drinkwater to Cardiff City
Cameron Stewart to Hull City

Ben Amos to Oldham Athletic 

Perhaps you havent heard most of the names above as the players are either from reserves team or the Academy


James Chester to Hull City
Magnus Eikrem to Molde FK

(Fresh Rumours)
Wes Brown to Spurs?
Apparently, Tottenham Hotspurs are favourites amongst 5 other clubs to sign the Englishman

Michael Owen to Sunderland?
Steve Bruce looks keen to rescue injury prone Michael Owen and snatch him away from United where he barely gets any games to live on! Also, United may earn a few million pounds which may help lower United's debt. This way Owen is doing both clubs a favour. However, if he goes that puts an added pressure on Sir Alex to find another striker after we heard that Federico Macheda wants to extend his loan at Sampdoria.
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