m88 And thats Uniteds squad.
They have their goalkeeper back, they have a back four which is looking very solid and the Blind / Smalling m88 partnership seems to be going very well, sandwiched in between the impressive Darmian and Shaw. Theres creativity in the attacking midfield roles as well as pace and strength, and then Rooney and Martial are very different strikers allowing Van Gaal to change it if he feels its necessary.
He kept his mouth shut and got on with it. Surely if Arsenal are contenders then United are too.. Malcolm Glazers bank balance is looking a little light this morning.
Hes worth it.
All done and dusted. Manchester United m88 fans will fall into both categories today. It combines strength and physicality with technique and composure in the midfield. When Van Gaal took him out of the team we heard that De Gea was not eager to play for United, but that came from the m88 club, not the player. He did everything youd expect from the model professional who wanted a move. Unlike Saido Berahino, De Gea never once threw toys out of the pram. But United now have everything they need.
The other m88 big deal was the silly money United paid for Anthony Martial, but theres a different angle than simply looking at the money or being excited by the new Henry. Not so much when youre trying to reinforce your squad.
Its important not just because hes a fantastic keeper, or that he fits exactly what United are doing he has good distribution as well as being a good shot stopper but because hell continue to keep goal for United. And thats what it was about Van Gaal thought he needed pace and m88 explosivity to make his side contenders, not matter how much he paid for it, thats how much he got.
Firstly theres a top class goalkeeper. The phrase most football fans love to hear about the transfer window when your m88 club is trying to keep hold of its best players. Its early days, but it looks good.
Forget the money for a moment and the squad looks like one that can compete this season. Sounds alright until you realise the keeper they were going to sell was David de Gea, arguably the best in the m88 league, and the keeper they were going to buy, Keylor Navas, is arguably not. And even then its spectacularly harsh to judge a new signing on the basis of his debut or first few games.
But if it wins them the league theyll be laughing. Nows the time for United fans to show him the love.
To me that looks like a very balanced m88 squad. It just seems a little bit crazy. Keeping De Gea is very important for United.
The one thing I cant defend is paying a potential 80m for, well, potential. This summer was all about how Arsenal were title contenders, but their midfield lacks the oomph that Uniteds has and it lacks the options up front that Uniteds has.
Then theres Schweinsteiger, Schneiderlin and Carrick who can fight it out for midfield spots, Memphis, Mata, Fellaini, Valencia and Young for the attacking roles and Rooney and Martial to give options up front. Navas, Romero and Valdes doesnt sound like a confidence instilling goalkeeping trio for a m88 club with title aspirations.
This might seem a little counter-intuitive, but when the dust settles, United will probably be looked upon as a club who managed m88 a good window. De Gea has burnt no bridges and even United fans will surely feel for him after his dream move fell through. With only hours to go until the window slammed shut it looked as if Manchester United were going to lose their goalkeeper and bring in another one.
Hes a decent keeper, but United have Sergio Romero and Victor Valdes on the books. Because of all the money they spent and all the m88 players they were linked to, Louis Van Gaal and his backroom staff were almost the laughing stocks of social media I say almost because Chelseas late search through the bottom of the barrel for a defender and Arsenals failure to sign a striker made them look much much worse.
Nows the time to take stock of what happened, but the truth is we wont know how well the teams have done in the window until the clubs have a chance to use their new players for the first time after the international break. Martial is not there just yet, but if he does have a big season for United, and if he does develop into the player Van Gaal obviously thinks he will become, and with the money already in the M88 Premier League then why not do the deal. Not these days anyway.
United are glad the window is over so they can focus on winning m88 games, but theres maybe just a part of Louis Van Gaal that wishes it continued just another week enough time to haggle down the price for Martial or have a go at another target. Do that and hell give them another season of top quality custodianship before he rides off into the sunset