Manchester United boss David Moyes has insisted his club's European exit wont affect their chances of bringing in world class players in the summer.
United are set to be left out of UEFA's prestigious cup competition next season for the first time since the 1995-96 campaign.
But United chief David Moyes, who's side were knocked out 4-2 on aggregate by Bayern Munich in the quarter-finals last night, has told the media that he is confident that he can still attract players on his radar.
"Any players we've quietly discussed it with are more than happy to join Manchester United," Moyes said.
"The club have never had any problems. We're looking to spend the right money on players who are available and it's not anything to do with the Champions League," he added.
Toni Kroos is rumored to be on David Moyes' watchlist, Kroos being apart of the Bayern Munich team that sent United out of the competition yesterday.
But with Manchester United on course for their worse ever Premier League campaign finish ever, currently in 7th place, qualifying for next year's Champions League would surely require a miracle from the Red Devils.
There have been some serious questions raised over David Moyes' ability to manage a team like Manchester United, and with United set to skip Europe's top cup competition for at least another year, the questions will just keep coming.
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