I know it’s going to take Moyes some time to adjust to another pressure from this lucrative yet promising (hopefully) signing. With Mata and the lads all good and injury-free, Moyes has a full squad to pick from for the Crystal Palace match. I’m expecting a pretty strong line-up though ’cause man, Moyes still can’t get his sh*t together at shaping up a blazing squad. How about if we play Januzaj on the left and Valencia on the right? Just please, please don’t find a way to mess it up. It’s just that I can’t predict the reds’ games since then. Well, ’til the end of match. Glory, glory Manchester United!
Manchester United’s newest signing £37.1 million Juan Mata from Chelsea could be one of the biggest signings in United’s recent history for a number of reasons.
Having spent his first transfer window at United unsuccessfully trying to buy a variety of players, and only succeeding in a last minute desperation purchase of Marouane Fellaini. David Moyes has finally got his act together and bought in Juan Mata from Chelsea for a club record £37.1 million. Why Juan Mata? Well, being surplus to requirements at Chelsea, he was one of very few top class players available. With Mourinho seemingly happy to sell to United, he clearly see’s United as little threat to Chelsea for the next few years and maybe looking to the future, Jose has made no secret of managing United one day and ‘helping’ them now might bring some payback at a later date.
David Moyes was able to…
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