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Manchester United FMH16 Preview


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Nation: England

League: English Premier Division

2014/15 Finish: 4th

European Competition: Champions Cup

Finances: Rich

Training Facilities: Superb + Youth Academy

Predicted Transfer Budget: £30-40m



Transfers In (Summer 2015):

  • Memphis Depay (from PSV Eindhoven)
  • Pedro (from FC Barcelona)
  • Morgan Schneiderlin (from Southampton)
  • Bastian Schweinstieger (from Bayern Munich)
  • Nicolas Otamendi (from Valencia)
  • Matteo Darmain (from Torino)
  • Sergio Romero (Free Agent)

Transfers Out (Summer 2015):

  • Ben Amos (to Bolton)
  • Tom Cleverley (to Everton)
  • Saidy Janko (to Celtic)
  • Robin van Persie (to Fenerbache)
  • Nani (to Fenerbache)
  • Reece James (to Wigan)
  • Angelo Henriquez (to Dinamo Zagreb)
  • Victor Valdes (to Unknown)
  • Rafael (to Olympique Lyonnais)
  • Johnny Evans (to Everton)
  • Angel Di Maria (to Paris Saint-Germain)


Predicted Starting XI:



Other Squad List:


Sergio Romero, Anders Lingaard, Sam Johnstone



Phil Jones, Marcos Rojo, Paddy McNair, Antonio Valencia, Chris Smalling, Tyler Blackett



Ander Herrera, Adnan Januzaj, Ashley Young, Marouane Fellaini, Jesse Lingaard, Andreas Pereira, Nick Powell, Michael Carrick



Javier Hernandez, James Wilson



Bags of quality midfielders

Squad is very versatile

Some very high potential players

Lack of clinical forwards

Defenders lack in experience


Will Manchester United will be a good side for 2016:

Back in the Champions League and with a high budget, Manchester United have some interesting talents going forward. This looks to be the first step into making the squad a title-winning team and with a few choice signings; particularly in defence, there could easily be a fight to do this. Mixing some big names with some emerging talent and some home grown talent has always been Manchester United's forte and often many Football Manager Handheld players' too, so this would be a match made in heaven if you resemble this type of manager. Though half of the work of rebuilding is done... you still need to flesh it out and win the personal battles against the bigger named players whom are going to have to make way OR in David De Gea's case are tempted by bigger clubs.

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pedros and otamendis transfers are confirmed?

No but as this is a preview I have added in the two players who are linked to the club and Van Gaal has said he will be looking to add two more players into his team.

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