Transfer Window: Manchester United's Best Option on Final Day Is To Stay Quiet

Andrew Jordan@@Andrew_JordanSenior Writer IAugust 31, 2011

MANCHESTER, ENGLAND - AUGUST 22:  Wayne Rooney of Manchester United celebrates scoring his side's third goal with team mates Chris Smalling, Ryan Giggs, Ji-Sung Park and Javier Hernandez during the Barclays Premier League match between Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur at Old Trafford on August 22, 2011 in Manchester, England.  (Photo by Alex Livesey/Getty Images)
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After two summers where they spent very little money on players, Manchester United went out and spent money on three important players for this season.

Those players were Phil Jones (from Blackburn), Ashley Young (from Aston Villa) and David de Gea (from Atletico Madrid).

So far, these three players have all been able to achieve success with United and look like they will be massive contributors for United in their quest to win their 20th league title.

I think that Manchester United should remain out of the spotlight when it comes to bringing in new players today.

When you look at United's squad at the moment, you see a vast wealth of players that are available to play at any position for the Red Devils.

Even for inexperienced players such as de Gea, Jones or Chris Smalling, there are strong options that can always back up these players.

These players that are waiting to get an appearance are among some of the top players in their respective positions anywhere. These players all have experience winning championships and are a part of Manchester United's squad.

Furthermore, United are the most complete squad in the Premier League at the moment. Right now, when you look at rival clubs such as Manchester City, Chelsea and Liverpool, each of those clubs have problems filling positions that Man United have covered.

Chris Smalling is quietly becoming one of England's best defenders
Chris Smalling is quietly becoming one of England's best defendersAlex Livesey/Getty Images

There also is a strong foundation of teamwork that currently is in top form at Old Trafford. During Sunday's match, United were able to dismantle Arsenal in large part to the fantastic awareness that the players had for each other.

Even though this teamwork still has some rough edges that they will need to round out, they still have the best manager in the world sitting in their dugout and have leaders that no other side can come close to.

If United somehow manage to falter after the end of the transfer window, they will always have the winter transfer window to make a move. 

But I think it is unlikely that United will even consider pursuing another transfer once winter arrives and come May, Manchester United will repeat as Premier League champions.


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