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Out of every Premier League club this transfer season, League Champion Manchester United has been far and away the most active.
After the retirement of beloved goalkeer Edwin van der Sar, Manchester United struck a deal with Atletico Madrid to bring 20-year-old David de Gea to England.
Said Alex Ferguson: "We were looking for the same type of qualities as Edwin, because the one great quality Edwin always had was his composure and organisational ability."
The Red Devils also dropped 17 million pounds on star Aston Villa winger Ashley Young.
On the defensive side of the pitch, Manchester United have added Phil Jones from Blackburn, for an estimated 16 million pounds. United star Wayne Rooney had nothing but good things to say about Jones, tweeting ""He's one of the toughest defenders I played against last season."
With two months left in the transfer season, you can bet that none of these clubs are finished yet, but Manchester United in particular seem set to make even more big signings in the coming weeks, with their eyes still on the likes of Tottenham's Luka Modric, Arsenal's Samir Nasri, and many more.
At least one big question still remains, however: who will United pick up to replace Paul Scholes in central midfield? Still, Manchester United are looking very strong at the moment, and should be more than capable of landing another English title in the coming campaign.