Manchester United spend £323.7m on players after Alex Ferguson's departure

Manchester United spend £323.7m on players after Alex Ferguson's departure

Manchester United have spent a whopping £323.7million on players since the departure of legendary manager Sir Alex Ferguson.

The 11 major signings brought to Old Trafford failed to live up top the billing, particularly failing to replace the likes of Wayne Rooney and Robin Van Persie.

Romelu Lukaku arrived Old Trafford from Everton for £75m but was offloaded to Inter Milan during the summer after a lacklustre 2018-19 season.

Many thought Angel Di Maria's £52m signing from Real Madrid in 2014 was going to be a hit, but he failed to replicate his form at the Bernabeu and was shipped to Paris Saint-Germain.

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Fred is yet to prove himself at the Theatre of Dreams in the defensive midfield position and after playing under Jose Mourinho and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, the Brazilian is yet to prove he is a worthy first team player.

Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Morgan Schneiderlin who came in for £30m and £27m respectively have left United after struggling during their short spells at the club.

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Alexis Sanchez is arguably the biggest flop with the Red Devils alongside Memphis Depay whose statistics match that of Cristiano Ronaldo's when he was 21.

Marcos Rojo, Daley Blind and Bastian Schweinsteiger who were all signed by Louis Van Gaal were also deemed surplus to requirements.

And the best defender in the Serie A in 2014 Matteo Darmian, left Old Trafford to Parma to revive his international career.

Radamel Falcao's short loan spell in 2014 was not renewed because he only managed to score four goals in 29 matches.

Kleberson, Eric Djemba Djemba and Juan-Sebastian Veron. are one of few of Ferguson's signings who failed in their careers with Man United.

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Meanwhile, had earlier reported that Jose Mourinho has been tipped as the likeliest manager to replace Mauricio Pochettino at Tottenham.

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The Argentine boss has endured a turbulent week after Spurs were knocked out the Carabao Cup on penalties by League Two outfit Colchester United.

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