Manchester United appear to have it all going pretty well for them in the transfer window, despite a few notable hitches and last-minute hijacks from rival clubs. Club Chief negotiator, Edward Woodward, seems to be at his best this time; as almost every potential target United have identified in recent times have been monitored, contacted and successfully engaged in serious transfer talks- which have so far been described as positive: and it is only a matter of time before the club announce a new signing.
One such target, whom the world of football awaits his arrival at the Old Trafford, is France and Southampton of England midfielder, Morgan Schneiderlin.
United have had a bid of around £20 million rejected recently by the Saints’; and it is believed that United are ready to table an improved bid of £25 million anytime soon, which would most likely loosen the Saints’ grip on the player’s signature.
A former Red Devil shot-stopper, Mark Bosnich, also recently stated in an exclusive interview that Schneiderlin’s transfer to United was already “a done deal”. To this effect, it is expected that United reach an agreement and announce the player’s arrival soonest, as the transfer window slowly winds down towards the beginning of the
2015/2016 EPL season.