Wednesday, November 29, 2006

ANALYSIS: Transfer speculation hotting up...

According to the latest transfer speculation United are interested in Jermain Defoe of Spurs. There can be no doubting the young England striker's ability, he would be a perfect fit for United. Granted he's not a big target-man, but he has pace and skill which make up for a lot. The other striker whose name has cropped up in reports is Charlton Athletic's Marcus Bent, he too would be an ideal buy for Fergie.

The interesting thing is that several United stars could also be heading out of Old Trafford either in January or in the summer. Alan Smith, Kieran Richardson, Darren Fletcher, John O'Shea, Mikael Silvestre and Wes Brown have all been the subject of transfer speculation. The fact that so many stars could be surplus to requirements gives Fergie plenty of room to manoeuvre regarding potential swap deals. A lot will depend on the selling club and of course the players concerned. Last summer United tried to foist Ruud Van Nistelrooy onto Bayern Munich in exchange for Owen Hargreaves but the big Dutchman wasn't having any of that - so expect to see similar shenanigans in the coming months. I expect to see at least two United stars departing this January and I'd hope/expect Fergie to bring in one striker. Watch this space for transfer speculation and the latest gossip

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