Moyes handed massive transfer kitty in bid to ensure Champions League football

By on January 6, 2014

Manchester United manager David Moyes told he can spend big to revive the Premier League champions league chances. The ownership group has told Moyes to spend big in the wake of the embarassing FA Cup defeat to Swansea City.

After a summer of tentative transfer moves, Moyes is yet to overcome a reputation for indecision and caution. It now appears there is a real desire for Moyes to use United’s genuine financial muscle by spending big. With the launch of their new Chevrolet kit deal just months away, now is the time for Manchester United to catch up. Failure to qualify for the Champions League would be disaster.

Midfield challenges persist with Fellaini failing to make any real impact. Rumoured moves have been mooted for Ander Herrera and Koke amongst others. Meanwhile, Wayne Rooney is doubtful for the Capital One Cup semi-final first leg vs Sunderland & Chelsea still lurk ahead of contract talks. Robin van Persie, has made just two appearances in two months due to a series of injuries. The reality is pretty grim for Moyes’s United, but the Glazers want results.

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