Transfer analysis: Who might Manchester United make a move for in January? Ander Herrera, Eliaquim Mangala, Luka Modric...
David Moyes has confirmed he is need of reinforcements at Old Trafford - and the owners are ready to back him
David Moyes has said in light of recent results that Manchester United are short of world class players and that he would like to add “one of two players”.
The Independent understands the Glazers, who own United, are ready to back their man and invest substantially in the January transfer window.
So who might the "one or two" be? We take a look at Manchester United's potential transfer targets during the January window...
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