Manchester United are in no doubt in need of a system overhaul. They have been losing focus, fading and have looked like nothing like the big team previously feared by many.
They currently sit 15 points behind the league leaders and frustration in the Red Devils' dressing room must be high. With the summer transfer window a few months away, the rumour mill is now churning and it seems like David Moyes could be planning to bring some big names to the club.
All in all, that would be great news for the fans but not so great for some of the players. Players such as Javier Hernandez, Danny Welbeck and Tom Cleverly spring to mind.
Although they have each tried to prove their worth, they must be getting fed up at the lack of chances to play. One such star is energetic Mexian striker Chicharito. When he came to the club in 2011, he had so much promise and even lived up to his hype. But ever since Robin van Persie's arrival, starting berths have been hard to come by.
Shinji Kagawa was brought in to hopefully act as Paul Scholes' successor but with Wayne Rooney already occupying that position, he has been finding game time very rare. Anderson, luckily, left on loan. Nemanja Vidic is leaving in the summer and Robin van Persie could be heading bck to Arsenal.
Hernandez is an outstanding player and has the pace and accuracy that a striker needs to succeed. However, with the stars the Red Devils have been linked with, he and Welbeck and co should look for better options elsewhere.
They have amazing talent and they would definitely flourish if they jump ship in the summer. They shouldn't hesitate to go and find more opportunites to be big football legends and soccer gods at different clubs.
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