Manchester United have been linked with a number of players in recent weeks and with David Moyes looking to make a statement of intent at Old Trafford, who will he sign this summer?

Here are four players that would be welcome additions to the Red Devils: 

Ezequeil Garay

The Argentine centre-back could prove to be a simple answer to the club's problems in defence.

With Nemanja Vidic's constant injury problems and Rio Ferdinand ageing, United need to find good replacements for both the big men at the back.

Garay has enough experience playing against top strikers and has had an amazing season at Benfica. He can read the game well and is a defensive rock. Garay will prove to be a useful signing for the Devils.

Cesc Fabregas 

Although the chances of Fabregas coming to United are quite slim, his arrival would not be a surprise, especially as the Spaniard will be hoping for first-team football this season. 

Fabregas, with his amazing skill and experience is a great player, and if he decides to join United, the team's central-midfield will be one of the best in the league. 

Gareth Bale

Undoubtably, Bale is one of the best players in the world. Every team would love to get his signature. Bale has had an amazing season at Spurs and was linked with Real Madrid until the last few days. United have reportedly bid £60 million for the Welsh star. He is definitely a solution to the problems on the wings and would become a star at Old Trafford.

Leighton Baines

One might think that United don't need him when they already have Evra and Fabio, but Baines is one of a kind. A perfect full-back with exceptional crossing and free-kick abilities, not to mention his speed. The Red Devils have been quite heavily linked with the English full-back and could make an £18m move for the English international.


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