It seems 24 hours is a long time when it comes to football and the transfer window, as United have now confirmed two new players in that period.
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There are set to be big changes to the current playing squad at United, once Louis van Gaal finishes his business with the Netherlands at the World Cup in Brazil.
A third defender has left Old Trafford and Executive Vice-Chairman Ed Woodward is yet to bring in replacements, although the Luke Shaw deal is believed to be in the pipeline.
It had been thought that Patrice Evra had played his last game at Old Trafford, but with the veteran defender extending his contract, putting Shaw’s move in doubt.
With Patrice Evra signing a one-year extension and United chasing various left-back options, it looks like Alexander Buttner is taking the hint and heading for the exit.
Following their 5-1 demolition of reigning World Cup champions Spain, there are certainly a few members of the Netherlands squad van Gaal will want at Old Trafford next year.
Manchester United Line Up Jordi Alba As Alternative Evra Replacement: Why He Is An Unrealistic Target
With only three days until the start of the World Cup, United have been linked with a plethora of top talent, but they are yet to make a major signing.
Despite veteran defender Patrice Evra signing a one year contract extension, United are still looking for a long-term replacement for the Frenchman. It seems to be Luke Shaw.
Manchester United announced on their official twitter feed that long-serving left back Patrice Evra has agreed a one year contract extension with the club.
Southampton left-back Luke Shaw is having one exciting summer, named in Roy Hodgson’s preliminary World Cup squad and now on the brink of a move to Old Trafford.
With Patrice Evra's Manchester United contract running out in the summer, it could be time for David Moyes to start looking for a replacement. Some people want Leighton Baines to make the move from Everton, while some fancy Southampton's Luke Shaw to sign at Old Trafford. One name that keeps popping up though is Fabio Coentrao, who according to the Express is on the verge of signing until the end of the season. But is he the right man for the job?
Ever since stating he wished to leave Manchester United back in 2010, Wayne Rooney has never been too far away from speculation linking him with a move away from Old Trafford.
There is no doubting his ability as a footballer, and what he can do to opponents on his day.