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Fergie Wants Two Signings

Fergie Wants Two Signings

Sir Alex Ferguson has declared he would sign no more than two players this summer.

With Ronaldo signing a new deal and Abramovich hugging Mourinho, the tabloids must be a bit concerned about what they would write but old transfer rumours are always there to help them with this crucial problem.

United have been linked to dozens of players during the last 7 days only so it's unavoidable that one of the papers will get it right - but there will be a massive battle as United will sign no more than two players.

'I would hope to add a couple of players in the summer who will improve us,' Ferguson told The Scotsman.

'We are talking about that now. There won't be sweeping changes, maybe just one or two coming in who would have the talent to make a difference.'

Fergie also declared that so far he was happy with the Glazers who let him get on with his job.

The Glazers have been fine since they took over. They haven't interfered with anything we do.

'I have had a couple of meetings with them, although David Gill obviously deals with them more regularly.

'Any time I have been with them, they have simply said to let them know if there is anything I need.'



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Writer:Zae
Date:Tuesday April 17 2007
Time: 6:19PM

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hargreaves and a striker is where i think we need someone
rooneyisgod
17/04/2007 21:28:00
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Probably Hargreaves and maybe Morten Gamst Pederson
Alex0paul
18/04/2007 00:22:00
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Pedersen is not good enough. Maybe as a squad player but why would he want to be that? Hargreaves is likely to arrive, no doubt.
midlothian99
18/04/2007 00:38:00
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hargreaves and owen
MOYES IS GOD
19/04/2007 10:20:00
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would be 2 very good signings
MOYES IS GOD
19/04/2007 10:22:00
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