How might Manchester Utd spend Ronaldo money?
Thursday 11 June 2009
It was quite a season for Manchester United. Premier League, Carling Cup and World Club Championship in the bag and another appearance in the Champions League final.
But their rivals will spend this summer and manager Sir Alex Ferguson will not want the team to stand still as others progress. He has said he doesn't expect to spend big this summer, but has said that before and done just that.
Click the image on the right to launch our guide.
With the sale of Cristiano Ronaldo to Real Madrid imminent, Ferguson will have the cash to spend, but who will he bring in? From the apparently likely to the long-shots, we've sifted through the rumour pages to bring you the potential transfer list of Manchester United.
Who would you like to see arrive at Old Trafford and who do you think United will buy? Leave your own comments and suggestions in the comments box below.
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