Marouane Fellaini admits unbalance in Manchester United squad - news roundup

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Marouane Fellaini might have struggled to find his best form at Old Trafford, but the big Belgian isn’t giving up hope of the Red Devils gelling to become a formidable unit in the future.

Unbalanced side

Following the disappointing 2-2 draw away at West Brom - a fixture in which Fellaini scored - he has admitted that the Manchester United team are still vying to get a balance between their attack and defence.

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Guarin boost

Over £150 million has been spent on improving them going forward since the summer, but they remain dangerously suspect when on the back foot.

The main transfer news for today focuses on a boost United have been afforded with regards to their chase of Colombia star Fredy Guarin, who sources claim can now make an Old Trafford move as he’s been put up for sale.

It's rumoured that Chelsea are also interested in taking the midfielder onboard, though Jose Mourinho will probably forego the chance to sign him if he can land Sami Khedira instead.

Sir Alex on Moyes

Elsewhere Sir Alex Ferguson continues to dominate headlines following the update to his autobiography. The legendary United boss has not only revealed his views on David Moyes’s doomed tenure, but also claimed that he had nothing to do with the ex-Everton boss’s appointment.

That notion altogether contradicts the idea that he virtually hand-picked his successor. To finish off we’ve got something which might appeal to all Cristiano Ronaldo lovers, as new details have emerged concerning his move to Real Madrid.

Ronaldo move

It’s emerged within the last 24 hours that the deal was organised in Carlos Queiroz's house, a year prior to it happening, that’s at least in principle between Sir Alex and his then-assistant.

Ronaldo moved to Madrid for £80 million back in 2009, much to the heartbreak of the United faithful, but it's now believed that the decision to let him leave was taken a year before the actual transfer took place.

Since his move to the Santiago Bernabeu the Portuguese forward has developed even further, and now sits as one of the best players on the planet.

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