The experienced Red Devils manager has made several astute signings in the past but one of the main factors for their extended success is nurturing young talents from the academy who have gone on to establish themselves as world-class players. Players like Paul Scholes and Ryan Giggs have played for United throughout their career and have shown high professionalism to go with their undoubted quality which has contributed immensely to their success.
He has been instrumental in the development of young players and has always looked to integrate talented youngsters into the first team. This is why it is surprising that Manchester United have sold Ravel Morrison to West Ham in this January transfer window. The teenager is very highly rated but has failed to establish himself at United due to various reasons.
Though Ferguson is likely to have his own reasons for letting the youngster leave on such a nominal fee, it could still be a move which he could regret in the future, and here are five reasons why it could be the case.