Gary Neville backs Manchester United transfer splurge: transfer round-up

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Manchester United have just smashed their transfer record to land Angel di Maria from Real Madrid - but according to Gary Neville they shouldn't stop there.

Four players including Di Maria have signed on the dotted line this summer but Neville believes two more new faces are needed to make the Red Devils a force again. Arturo Vidal and Daley Blind have both been linked with a move to Old Trafford.

So far Manchester United have spent in the region of £120 million - but their final bill could near the £200 million mark if they follow Neville's advice and target two more players.

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“United need a robust central midfield player and they also need a centre-back of real stature. I would say that is still the priority," he said. "[Di Maria] is just one part of a jigsaw that still has pieces missing.”

Louis Van Gaal has previously admitted that he needs options at the back, while he is seemingly after more steel in midfield.

Vidal could cost around £40 million while Ajax will demand around £20 million for Blind - while Nigel de Jong who has also been linked with Old Trafford could cost around £8 million. It certainly seems as though Red Devils need reinforcements - they've yet to win a competitive fixture under Van Gaal. 

Manchester United transfer news:

After landing Di Maria, Manchester United have now turned to securing Arturo Vidal, and they have now opened 'serious talks' (Daily Mail)

Ajax are willing to sell Daley Blind - but not for a penny less than their €20 million valuation (Telegraph)

Joe Allen has been linked with a shock move to Manchester United from Liverpool (Daily Star)

Arsenal could make a move for out of favour Manchester United striker Danny Welbeck (Daily Mail)

Other news

Angel di Maria says the only club that he wanted to join was Manchester United (The Guardian)

Louis van Gaal insists he wasn't shocked to see his side stumble to a 4-0 defeat against MK Dons in the Capital One Cup (Telegraph)

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