Man United transfers: David Moyes doing ‘everything’ to bring in players
Man United transfers: David Moyes says that he will do "everything" to add to Manchester United's squad before window closes
David Moyes has insisted that he is doing “everything” to add to Manchester United’s squad before the transfer window closes.
The Scot officially began work at Old Trafford last Monday after being appointed as Sir Alex Ferguson’s successor on a six-year contract.
And the 50-year-old, who is thought to be keen on bringing Thiago Alcantara and Leighton Baines to Old Trafford, has reassured fans that he will do everything in his power to bolster his squad ahead of the new campaign.
“United had a great season in the Premier League last year and we’ll do everything we can to add to the squad,” said Moyes.
“This club will always go after the best players and we’ll do what we can to remain at the top.”
Moyes believes that a number of clubs may be forced to conduct their transfer business later than usual this summer.
“The way the window works, I think the deals may be done a little later this season,” he continued. “There are a few new managers so I don’t think everything will be done right away.”
And the new Red Devils boss remained coy when quizzed about the speculation linking Cristiano Ronaldo with a sensational return to Old Trafford.
“I would never speak about players at other clubs,” he said. “That’s not my style.
“When people have contracts at other clubs it’s wrong to speak about them. But this club is always interested in the best players.”