After a busy transfer window for the Old Trafford side, has Sir Alex Ferguson strengthen the right areas with the correct talents ahead of the Premier League title race?
And now, following the confirmation of young talent such as Nick Powell, Alexander Buttner and Angelo Henriquez, the Scot has claimed that the club “definitely won't be buying anyone else” which allows us to cast a critical eye over United’s spending over the past two months.
How about the club’s midfield? With Darren Fletcher looking increasingly unlikely to return, Paul Scholes in his final year before retiring (again) and Anderson failing to impress consistently, does youngster Tom Cleverley have the experience necessary to partner Michael Carrick for the majority of the campaign?
Sir Alex made it known that he was looking for cover in defence, namely for Patrice Evra at left-back after allowed Fabio to join QPR on loan, with the club rumoured to be keen on Everton’s Leighton Baines.
However, with a hefty price tag reportedly cooling their interest, the club opted for youngster Buttner. In the knowledge that only one centre-back will be fit for the visit of Fulham, should the Sir Alex have recruited more defensive cover?
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So, have United made the right signings this summer by bolstering their attacking line? If there are no more signings at Old Trafford to come, has Sir Alex strengthen in the right areas? Or is the Red Devils manager bluffing and could there be more action before the window shuts?