Juan Mata is set to undergo a medical on Friday afternoon ahead of his proposed move from Chelsea to Manchester United.
Reports say that a central Manchester hospital is waiting to carry out a physical examination on the 25 year old, who has told his teammates that a move is imminent.
David Moyes has confirmed the arrival of three trusted members of his backroom staff after officially beginning his reign as Manchester United manager.
Steve Round has, as expected, been named as assistant manager having spent five years as Moyes’ number two at Everton, while Chris Woods and Jimmy Lumsden have also been appointed as goalkeeping coach and first team coach respectively.
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Sir Alex Ferguson capped of a victorious final season in charge of Manchester United by picking up the LMA Manager of the Year of the year award for a record fourth time.
Ferguson was also named Premier League Manager of the Year at the ceremony in London yesterday evening.
Sir Alex Ferguson’s final match in charge of Manchester United proved to be a memorable one, as the Champions twice squandered a three goal lead to eventually draw 5-5 with West Bromwich Albion at the Hawthorns.
Shinji Kagawa, and own goal from Jonas Olsson and Alexander Buttner gave United a three-nil lead inside half an hour, though James Morrison pulled one back for the hosts five minutes before half time.
Champions Manchester United end a victorious season against West Bromwich Albion at the Hawthowns on Sunday afternoon, in Sir Alex Ferguson’s final match in charge of the Red Devils.
Phil Jones and Jonny Evans are set to start for United, while Anders Lindegaard is set to get the nod in goal ahead of David De Gea.
Sir Alex Ferguson ended his Old Trafford reign in style with a late victory against Swansea City.
Javier Hernandez gave the hosts the lead five minutes before the break, though the scored was level soon after the restart through Michu.
Manchester United have appointed Everton’s David Moyes as their new manager on a six year deal that will commence on July 1st.
The 50 year old was Sir Alex Ferguson’s personal recommendation, and will leave Goodison Park after an eleven year period where he has embarked on four European campaigns, and regularly finished in the top eight of the league on limited funds.
Wayne Rooney has reportedly requested to leave Manchester United following yesterday’s announcement that Sir Alex Ferguson will call time on his tenure at the end of the season.
In a statement yesterday, Ferguson admitted that he had not taken the decision to retire lightly, whilst thanking the fans for their “humbling” support.
Sir Alex Ferguson could bring an end to his glittering Manchester United career before the week is through, according to rumours circulating in the press on Tuesday evening.
The Guardian have reported that members of the playing and coaching staff were told during a golf day at Dunham Massey to expect an announcement regarding their manager.
Sir Alex Ferguson has announced that he will “probably” become a director at Old Trafford when he decided to call it a day as Manchester United manager.
The 71 year old, who is well on course to lead the club to a thirteenth league title in his tenure, originally planned to retire over ten years ago, but having had a change of heart has gone from strength to strength.