The English Premier League champions Manchester United are setting out their stall for next season and after the signings of Phil Jones from Blackburn Rovers for £16.5 million and Ashley Young from Aston Villa for £20 million, they look to have become an even stronger squad than the that won the title this past season.
Manager Sir Alex Ferguson is a master at rebuilding squads and has done so countless number of times. Just when rivals think that the Red Devils cannot get any stronger, they sign a player or two and re-invent themselves into a more formidable outfit.
With the European transfer window now well and truly open, United will dive in once again. Fans that were worried that Ferguson's spending would be shackled by the Glazers have been proved wrong.
The manager seems to have the full support of the owners and the money to back it up.
With more spending power, United look toward another domestic season, but Ferguson's eyes will be on that Champions League trophy that he so wishes to get his hands on again.