Manchester United boss David Moyes has plans of making an incredible EIGHT summer signings. The Daily Mail says Moyes is understood to want up to eight new signings to revive the struggling Barclays Premier League champions after a disastrous season.
Rio Ferdinand will follow Nemanja Vidic and Anderson out of Old Trafford, and there are serious question marks over the futures of Patrice Evra, Robin van Persie, Shinji Kagawa, Nani and Javier Hernandez.
However, implementing such a large turnaround of players will be massively complicated by the demands of the World Cup, the increasing possibility that United could be involved in Europa League qualifiers, and the club's pre-season tour of the USA.
United target Toni Kroos has already stated this week that he will not discuss his future at Bayern Munich until after the World Cup, and Moyes is likely to face a similar scenario with many of the other players he wants to sign.
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