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United Transfers Summer 2016 Round Up
01-09-2016, 08:29 AM
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United Transfers Summer 2016 Round Up
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With the signings of Eric Bailly, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Henrik Mkhitaryan and the RE-signing of Paul Pogba, we thought we would round up all of the summer's ins and outs at Old Trafford for you:


UNITED INS & OUTS - SUMMER 2016

IN

ERIC BAILLY (VILLARREAL)
ZLATAN IBRAHIMOVIC (FREE AGENT, PSG)
HENRIKH MKHITARYAN (BORUSSIA DORTMUND)
PAUL POGBA (JUVENTUS)


OUT

TYLER BLACKETT (READING)
CAMERON BORTHWICK-JACKSON (LOAN, TO WOLVES)
OLIVER BYRNE (CARDIFF CITY)
GEORGE DORRINGTON (RELEASED, TO HUDDERSFIELD)
JIMMY DUNNE (BURNLEY)
ASHLEY FLETCHER (WEST HAM UNITED)
DEAN HENDERSON (LOAN, GRIMSBY TOWN)
WILL KEANE (HULL CITY)
ADNAN JANUZAJ (LOAN, TO SUNDERLAND)
DONALD LOVE (SUNDERLAND)
PADDY McNAIR (SUNDERLAND)
ANDREAS PEREIRA (LOAN, TO GRANADA)
JOEL CASTRO PEREIRA (LOAN, TO BELENENSES)
NICK POWELL (RELEASED, TO WIGAN ATHLETIC)
OLIVER RATHBONE (RELEASED, TO ROCHDALE)
TYLER REID (SWANSEA CITY)
JOE ROTHWELL (OXFORD UNITED)
VICTOR VALDES (RELEASED, TO MIDDLESBROUGH)
GUILLERMO VARELA (LOAN, TO EINTRACHT FRANKFURT)
JAMES WEIR (HULL CITY)
JAMES WILSON (LOAN, TO DERBY COUNTY)

Quote:Manchester United were busy in the summer 2016 transfer window as Jose Mourinho shaped the squad for his first season in charge of the Reds.

The new boss made four stellar signings with Eric Bailly being his first capture, from Villarreal, to reinforce the defence. Zlatan Ibrahimovic followed on 1 July, sealing a Bosman free transfer from Paris Saint-Germain, with Henrikh Mkhitaryan completing his move from Borussia Dortmund on a four-year deal, with a view to a further 12 months. Of course, the club announced the blockbusting deal to buy Paul Pogba from Juventus on 8 August.

On the outgoing front, four players were released by the Reds at the end of the season. Spanish goalkeeper Victor Valdes joined Middlesbrough with the newly-promoted Teessiders beating off competition for his signature. Another keeper, George Dorrington, signed for Huddersfield Town following a successful trial, while Oliver Rathbone linked up with Rochdale on a free transfer. The fourth player released, Nick Powell, also got fixed up after rejoining Wigan Athletic on a four-year contract.

Three other departures were confirmed on 12 July - Tyler Reid joined Swansea City, Ashley Fletcher departed for West Ham and Joe Rothwell signed for Oxford United. A day later, Irish defender Jimmy Dunne linked up with Burnley and goalkeeper Oliver Byrne's move to Cardiff City was confirmed.

A first loan exit was agreed when Uruguayan full-back Guillermo Varela accepted a season-long switch to Eintracht Frankfurt in Germany while Adnan Januzaj agreed a temporary move to Sunderland with Paddy McNair and Donald Love joining David Moyes' Black Cats on a permanent basis. James Wilson also left on loan, to join Derby County for the season with Cameron Borthwick-Jackson following suit a couple of days later, to Wolves.

Tyler Blackett left for Reading to link up with ex-Reds defender Jaap Stam and Andreas Pereira agreed to spend the season with Spanish outfit Granada, before Will Keane departed permanently to Hull City.

On deadline day, Dean Henderson joined League Two club Grimsby Town on loan until January and fellow goalkeeper Joel Castro Pereira made a season-long move to Belenenses in Portugal. Between those deals, James Weir followed Under-21s team-mate Keane in signing a three-year contract with Mike Phelan's Hull City.

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09-11-2016, 02:35 PM
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RE: United Transfers Summer 2016 Round Up
Wayne Rooney said he wanted to stay at Manchester United when offered a move to China, says Beijing Guoan's honorary chairman.

Lou Ning claims the Chinese Super League side approached the 31-year-old United captain in the summer, and met with Rooney's agent Paul Stretford ahead of the new Premier League season.

However, according to Ning, Rooney has shown a desire to remain in the English top-flight until factors out of his control determine otherwise.

Read more at http://www.skysports.com/football/news/1...n-chairman

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