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http://www.skysports.com/football/news/11661/9976568/how-much-did-your-club-spend-premier-league-transfer-window-net-spend-table

Our net spend this summer was £33.61 million pounds.

We bought £108.10 million pounds worth of players and sold £74.49 million pounds worth of players.

Very low net outlay compared to last summer, given some of the high earning departures like Falcao, RVP and Nani along with the high number of departures in general we have probably trimmed the wage bill as well especially when you consider that none of our signings this summer were real mega wage signings, all mid range more or less.

Factor in the new world record sponsorship deals and the return to the CL and the club should have a great year financially and should be reflected properly in next summers transfer budget.
Worth pointing out that if the De Gea deal had gone through then the clubs net spend would have been £4.61 million pounds, the third lowest in the league...
But of course most people will conviently ignore about that.

"omg utd spend 80 million on unknow player" That is all that matters.
"omfg United spends hundreds of million $ every year"
People just want to find something to laugh at us, so they will ignore our net sell as well as sponsor income and then group us with sugar daddy.

Its like saying OMG Apple is spending 18Billion each year! But they're forgetting they're making 70Billion...
1. De Gea
4. Jones (HG)
5. Rojo
7. Memphis
8. Mata
9. Martial
10. Rooney (HG)
12. Smalling (HG)
16. Carrick (HG)
17. Blind
18. Young (HG)
19. Wilson (U21) (List B)
20. Romero
21. Herrera
xx. Powell
23. Shaw (U21)
25. Valencia
27. Fellaini
28. Schneiderlin (HG)
xx. Varela
31. Schweinsteiger
33. McNair (U21) (List B)
35. Lingard (HG)
36. Darmian
44. Pereira (U21) (List B)
50. Johnstone (U21)

Powell and Varela weren't given actual numbers but you can speculate as the players are apparently in numerical order.

Not used to all those vacant small numbers.
Nice to see Varela on the list.

I was wondering what happened to him, I thought he had moved on permanently, he could really compete with Darmian in a couple of years if things go well.

Has to be now or never for Powell, I had completely forgotten about him. How is he doing? Anyone been keeping up with him? Was he loaned last season?
Did Martial get number 9? That's good for him but I hope he can handle the pressure that comes with it
cant really be any worse than falcao lol.
Apparently Martial choose the #9 when presented with a whole number of options, so confidence is certainly there.
@MUFC He was loaned out last season but LVG recalled him from Leicester City during January the fact he wasn't given any game. After returning to reserve team last season, he was extremely rusty but his form slowly return towards the end of season but injury hit again. If he didn't care about Powell, he would just let him rot there, so certainly Powell is getting LVG's attention more or less.

His contract was supposed to run out this summer but it got extended for one more year. So this is his last chance.
DDG has been named in the CL squad, no Valdes however. Does this mean no winter move for DDG ?
Don't try to understand anything regarding players in squad, transfers, philosophy etc at Man Utd nowadays.

You may turn into a fool :)

Dude Nick Powell is in that list !
+1
Valdes doesnt even have a number... talk about CL squad spot
also Pereira is list B but Lingard is on the list...
"Valdes doesnt even have a number..."

lmao
Nick Powell could be our surprise striker, that guy can finish. His inclusion in CL squad made it in the news, is it really that surprising? These forgotten or under the radar players will make depth since we cleared out so many players.
He's been injured for a while. Doesnt look like he would get back in the game anytime soon

https://twitter.com/NPowell25/status/635829316975218688
That look serious, hope he'll be back and fit soon
Well Juan Mata has his own Youtube channel now! I suggest you subscribe. What a guy
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Pure gem of a man. You'll be hard pressed to find a Chelsea fan that disagrees with you on this.
arrived in the mail today. Freaking beautiful :p

https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-0v0Jj8uTYcQ/VedCiU_K_PI/AAAAAAAAF3k/Xdut4w4K4_8/w487-h865-no/2015-09-02.jpg
+3
Footytube mobile format now unveiled. This is just the basic model. It will be upgraded with options for the forums, profile pages and more. Let us know what else we should add. Its a work in progress.
+1
You can't see the conversation on the mobile website
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I noticed the change yesterday mate.

I couldn't find my way to the comments section of this forum though, it was basically a page with all the videos under the "Latest Manchester United Videos" section listed but no comments section, I had a flick round and still couldn't find a route to the comments section of the forum, I didn't have an in depth look though I quickly pressed the link to return to full desktop view.

But to get to my suggestion, there should be more visible links to the different forums and the first thing the link should take you to is the comments section of that forum as I think most people are here for that, I barely ever watch videos on this site these days.
@Footballisunite

hahahaha, literally what I was complaining about.

Glad it wasn't just me being a retard and not seeing a comments section link.
@Footballisunite That's what he's saying, it will be updated.

An app would be a welcome.
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Just use the full desktop view at the bottom guys :D
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^that what I do lol
^You got it! Its just one more step to get to the forums until we add the link in the toolbar.
At the moment it's just an early release and the developers are working hard to add more to it. If you notice any anomalies drop one of the moderators a message and we can pass it on.
Why is there a need for a mobile version? I'm just curious what design/usability issues it is trying to address. Is it that the full version requires a lot of pinch and zoom to be practical or is there something more to it? I was perfectly happy with the full desktop version on my phone.
+1
Yeah i feel that the owners should implement a new chat system rather than mobile version
lots of chatter today about mendes advising de gea to renew with man utd. no clue if there will be a release clause. release clause or not, it would be excellent news for us. for me it would make up for this really bizarre window. not holding my breath but i really hope it happens of course.
+2
Mendes could very well be trying to up the amount Madrid are supposedly willing to pay DDG if he doesn't sign a contract extension.
Hope they slap the virus with a transfer ban before that.
+2
@Barracuda

DDG was to receive a sign-on bonus no matter what. They are probably just twisting it now and saying DDG is to receive it IF he doesn't renew. Either way, it's shady business and I HOPE DDG renews for 5+ years with a 100m release clause.
+3
Del Bosque said that it'll be difficult for De Gea to go to the Euro's if he doesn't get to play for United this season.

De Gea won't get to play unless he signs an extension (1 yr minimum)

Reports from [COPE] that Mendes is advising him to sign an extension.
If he signs an extension he can force united to put down a smaller release clause equal to United's valuation for DDG. He can get 10% from the transfer fee on top of what madrid will pay him for the messed up transfer. The guy will end up in a win-win situation.
^ dude whatever terms agreed are fine with both parties man, it's a two way street. if we get anything out of the deal i'll be happy. or he may end up staying , who knows.
+4
Why are arsenal fans so angry for? I thought Welbeck was their world class striker purchase. :D Wenger probably used their transfer founds to fund his vacation. All jokes aside i don't see their team being so weak that they should be as concerned as they are. They are in a good shape and petr is a great addition to the team.
They're hilarious aren't they.

I'm pretty sure they've convinced themselves that we are paying Schneiderlin like 500k a week plus a herd of goats and that's the only reason he isn't an Arsenal player.

Deluded is an understatement, not our fault Wenger and most of their board are cheap skates.
+6
Januzaj will return to Manchester United next season. No option for Dortmund to buy. [BBC] #MUFC

isn't it obvious lol
Why is that surprising? It would be surprising if we actually let them buy him, that would be surprising. Getting him back with some experience and development time would be the better option, no?
hopefully he will bring Reus and/or Hummels back with him lol
+1
januzaj - our secret scout agent
+1
^ Yea! He'll come back to United along with Reus
http://www.skysports.com/football/news/11667/9976335/anthony-martial-cost-manchester-united-80m-euros-arsene-wenger-claims


59 m pounds....
€50m(£36m), plus €30m(£22m) addons (€5m each time he is league top scorer up to 3 times, €5 if he wins Golden Boy, €10m if he wins Balon D'or)

€80m is freaking worth it if he archives all of those

Key word here is could be worth. Right now its 36 mil. They are adding on the others united would have to pay if he becomes successful but for the time being we have only spent 22 mil on the man and will pay the rest to a total of 36 mil. So no united didn't buy him for 80 million euros
What does Arsene Wenger know about spending?
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"What happened last night with Monaco, who sold Martial to Manchester United for 80 million Euros, I've heard..."

"I've heard..." which pretty much means I read it in the papers.

But the deal does appear to have add-ons that could raise the fee to nearly £60 million GBP but as Ttk86 has pointed out the add-ons will be extremely difficult to achieve and if in the event that he does achieve them all then he will be worth every penny.

Wenger gonna Wenger I suppose. Not Uniteds fault they didn't sign anyone.
€5m each time he is league top scorer up to 3 times, €5 if he wins Golden Boy, €10m if he wins Ballon D'or

http://i.imgur.com/I7ijssU.gif

Transfer clauses has gone from basic monthly payments to individual greed. wtf is this.
@SKool

Yeah its weird which makes me question the truth to it in the first place.

I think its just as likely we paid a flat £36 million for him which is a handsome fee for a 19 year old as it is but from the chatter Monaco rate him very very highly and really didn't want to let him go hence the add-ons.
^It's understandable, if he wins Golden boot or Ballon d'or we would make a windfall interms of his marketability not to mention our collective success on the pitch as a team.

Monaco have some badass people negotiating deals for them, first they managed to get so much in return for Loaning us Falcao, and now this.
Pretty sure if we have the league's top scorer, we'll stand a good chance of winning the league, which makes the 5 million euros peanuts price to pay for the title.
i've watch a lot of darmian videos since we sign him.i think he can be either really good,or really really bad.no in between.so lets hope its the former


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