After the wild goose chase of Cesc Fabregas, United are now ready to move on and look towards Madrid's Mesut Ozil and Kaka to bulk up their midfield.
Moyes is yet to make his first signing as United manager so reports linking them with a move for the duo would be welcome by United fans.
Reports say Ozil is unsettled at Real Madrid and is ready to quit. Madrid would only be willing to sell him if they managed to capture their transfer target Gareth Bale from Tottenham.
It was reported last week that Madrid had offered Ozil to Manchester United for £40m in order to obtain funds to fuel the purchase of Bale.
This could be true as United are said to be ready to make a £45m offer for both stars.
Real Madrid could be likely to accept their offer due to two reasons, they need the funds for a reported £93 million deal for Gareth Bale and they are looking to offload Kaka as they don't see any part for him to play. Although, Kaka is said to be reluctant to leave.
With Kaka being on the wrong side of 30 and his wages being too hot to handle for most clubs, United may only end up going for Ozil but Madrid desperately want to pack their transfer flop off to Manchester.
Kaka has been plagued by injuries through out his Madrid career and when he has been able to play he's never been able to shrug off that £54m price tag that Milan gave him.
Kaka may be interested in the prospect of joining the Premier League champions as it would give him a fresh start and a chance to get the best out of his remaining years of his career.
Although these two signings would be an excellent starting point for David Moyes at Manchester United he still needs to address the issue of a holding midfielder.
Sure, Ozil and Kaka are great going forward and creating chances, but United still need that player in midfield that can control the game for them and tighten up the defence along with Carrick who has been excellent for United in recent performances.
In my opinion United will make a big signing before the transfer window slams shut as the norm when a new manager arrives.
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