There has been news all over as the season approaches its end. From Carlo Ancelotti's future in Chelsea to West Ham's relegation to United's win in the season, all the news have been interesting and crispy to the ear to hear.
However, as the summer market awaits, I guess there is nothing more interesting and juicy than the transfer speculations and rumors. Some of them will come true, and some may not. It is all a matter of time that will decide the summer market moves, big or little.
Manchester United won the EPL this season for a record breaking 19th time, and their manager Sir Alex Ferguson has already indicated of shaking up his team with new energy for the next season. People have said that this United team may have been the weakest of all time—that remains a debate—but the new season will see some big new faces for sure in Red Devils' camp.
Fergie has clearly indicated his intentions of selling out some players from the squad if the right offer comes, the prominent names being Jonny Evans, Wes Brown and Darron Gibson. The fate of the leading goalscorer Dimitar Berbatov still remains under the fog, but the indications are clearly of selling the striker. Paul Scholes and Edwin van der Sar may be having their last seasons here, and all of these factors will come into play for the United manager while making the transfer moves this summer.