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In the past one week there are flurry of transfer reports being covered surrounding Manchester United. New manager David Moyes failed to make a bright impression in his first transfer window and the Scot will be looking to make amends in the January transfer window.
Manchester United star Shinji Kagawa could be looking to leave the club in the January transfer window in order to get more regular chances to salvage his dream of playing in next year’s World Cup, according to reports from Metro.
The diminutive Japanese, who was signed last season by Sir Alex Ferguson from Borussia Dortmund, has been largely neglected by Moyes. The player has voiced his frustrations one few occasions and could leave the club in January, if he doesn’t secure regular starting place.
Shinji is not the only unhappy player in the squad, winger Wilfried Zaha has also struggled for starting places and according to The Sun, the youngster would be sold to Everton, as a part exchange deal for left-back Leighton Baines.
Anderson could be offloaded in January, as the Red Devils are targeting a big money move for Porto duo Eliaquim Mangala and Nicolas Otamendi with the Brazilian heading the other way, as per Le 10 sport. The defensive duo would cost around €75m and the French media are not speculating that Anderson could be included as a part of the deal.
Another player who could leave the club is Javier Hernandez. The Mexican star has been struggling to secure regular first team places at Old Trafford and has hinted a possible chance of exit by re-tweeting a Sky Sports article to his 2.5m followers but later removed it.
The article contained quotes from his Mexican team-mate Carlos Vela, who said: “there will be big teams in England and Europe wanting him” should Hernández leave Old Trafford.
According to the Mirror, David Moyes is leading the race for midfield starlet Karol Linetty who is dubbed as the new Luka Modic. United are also interested to sign three Benfica players and have sent scouts to collect more information, as per Portuguese media.