Ferguson reveals transfer dealings not over

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Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has revealed his is trying to bring two more new faces to Old Trafford this summer.


The Red Devils were unveiling their two new signings to date at a press conference when the Scot made the admission of further transfer window business.


Shinji Kagawa from Borussia Dortmund and Nick Powell from Crewe were formally presented to waiting reporters before Ferguson revealed his transfer plans.


“We could possibly bring one or two more in,” he told the press.


“We have always done well in terms of getting players in at the end of the season. That is the right time.


“But always in a European Championship or World Cup year, there is a delay in the transfer industry.”


Japan international Kagawa comes with a sparkling reputation following his double-winning year at Borussia Dortmund, where he posted impressive numbers in the attacking department.


While 18-year-old Powell has been tipped for great things at club and international level – he scored a spectacular opener in Crewe’s League Two playoff final victory against Cheltenham.


A tall, skilful attacking midfielder, Powell has represented England at every youth level up to Under-18s and became known for scoring long range goals during his time in the Crewe first team.

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