Date: 17th April 2013 at 3:05am
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The snow has pissed off and the weather is improving so it must mean one thing… Summer is nearly here.

The weather is usually crap over here so we only have one thing to look forward to, the transfer window! ANd with months to go until it opens it appears United are getting their feet wet early.

We’ve been trying to ship out De Gea, Nani is clearly on his way whilst both Hernandez and Rooney are set to depart but fear not! Garay, Varane, Cabaye, Matic and a down payment on Falcao means back to back titles are a cert!

The latest player to join the outbound list, according to The Telegraph, is Brazilian jester Anderson. The paper claims that instead of sh*tting on Fabregas, Anderson has simply been sh*t and Sir Alex is ready to cash in on him and use him as a makeweight (heh) in his efforts to bring in James Rodriguez (I thought that was Nani’s role… never mind).

Having joined United as a teen, Sir Alex has grown impatient waiting for him to blossom into Ronaldinho and will try and use him to lure perennial United target Rodriguez to Old Trafford.

Wether Porto will accept the podgy player as currency in United’s attempts to sign their Columbian attacker is unknown, they tend to demand stupid fees for their players (look how much they got out of us for Anderson in the first place!) but The Telegraph claim they are interested in bringing him back to Oporto so why not?

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11 responses to “The Latest Player To Join United’s ‘Summer Exodus’?”

  1. Ak says:

    My team in tonight match against west ham:ddg,rafael,ferdinand,jones,evra,welbeck,carrick,cleversly,rooney,kagawa,van persie.

  2. Manufano says:

    I think kagawa should be used as attacking midfielder in central because when he play in left wings he did not go forward but come in central midfield

  3. Akash says:

    Players that should should be rest and gave others chance to play: (1) valencia-he is not in his form.cant dribble,attacking or assist let welbeck to play there.(2)carrick-i know he is the key player now but he in one match rest let giggs or cleversly partner in midfield or kagawa and cleversly in midfield(3)The left wings problem rooney should play in left wings than in central midfield.

    • Sidibey Tarawallie says:

      i think the coach should do a clear out and realease not only ando but also hid joker friend nani.carrick for sure has had a terrific season but definately can prove it againt big midfielders like alonso and of course yaya of city that means he is not good enough and should be replaced by a more physical defensive but attacking minded midfielder,let me look at the defence but guys please tell me what the hell are we keeping Ferdinand, vidic , Evans and evra for?they are experienced but cant win the bigger games,yes experience indeed to give away two goals to Chelsea and Madrid in very pacy succession respectively.evra scored a few headers at the beginning of the season and the media over rated him but he cant keep real flankers like di maria and even Lennon or bale.guys remember Ferdinand provided the only assist to the only goal to the Reading game,the english press made the loudest of noise about it and then he now gave demba ba the goal that eliminated united from the FA Cup and the press couldn’t say non….VIDA has got lots of injury and he is injury prone and in a winning team you cant keep such players based on sentiments. For me Brown/phil Neville is better than evans and you keep him still,please sell and replace.cleverly is a player with effort but he is never good enough and that’s the same with welback.In my strongest opinion.keep rooney,rvp,lil pea,jones smalling,rafael,kagawa bring fabio back and valencia and young are definately the worse flank pair a team can keep.please bring ramabel,matic,James Rodriguez,hummels,Ezekiel garray,bale or baines,Sanchez and gotze then you will have a beauty in a team every weekend.we need trophies not only domestic trophies but real international trophies.we want to have an empire in football not a patch that we keep now.

      • RDv says:

        shut up u plastic tit, go and support someone else u div, we dont want fans like u, this isnt fifa u know!

        • Badali says:

          I agree with Evans, Young, Valencia, Fletcher, Carrick, Cleverly & Welbeck are just not gud enough for Utd standards. If anyone differs from this opinion can go & phook them selfs

  4. Chicha says:

    Wat rubbish news fergie want to sold chicharito my idole whom i watched him played and copy his style of playing. The player must not be sold he is the star in his home country and always score goal for them wat if he did not getting first team place loan him to kept his scoring abilite dont sold him

  5. Adam says:

    Anderson time is up and so is Nani. There will be a lot of speculation and this transfer window might be a bit frustrating. However I do expect us to sell both Nani and Anderson, which I guess is about 6 years after we signed them on the same day.

    We just got a point at West Ham and I think it is a good point for Man Utd. I know there was a lot of talk of point targets, but its about getting over the line. We needed 7 points before the game and Upton Park is always a tough ground for Man Utd. We need two more wins and hopefully we will set ourselves up for the climax by beating Aston Villa next week on Monday.

    However once the title is tied up this time, and its definitely coming home to Old Trafford, then Ferguson needs to start thinking about freshening the squad. Its fantastic if he win the title, but Ferguson will know that there are some cracks in the team. We tactically adjust too much to play other teams of higher quality.

    We need to get 3-4 new players this summer, and I will repeat my thoughts again, we need to offload Wayne Rooney. I know he has been a massive player for Man Utd since he arrived, but I think it is time to part ways. If we can get £25-30 million for a PSG then it needs to be accepted.

    I would expect Ferguson to get a £30 million transfer budget, so to add an extra £30 million from Rooney, and hopefully £20+ million from Nani and Anderson, would be enough to get in 3-4 new players and improve the squad.