You seem desperate in trying to portray Manchester United as a buy team on equal terms with Real Madrid, Chelsea and of course Man. City. We laugh at you, the truth is known (Transfer League) just a few keystrokes away.
Manchester United have like all the top clubs to invest in new players, but to claim that it is among the worst in the class is far from the truth.
Manchester United have four players who have cost over £20m, and we can start with Dimitar Berbatov (2008) £30.7m - Juan Veron (2001) £28.0m - Rio Ferdinand (2002) £27.5m Wayne Rooney (2004) £27.0m. There is no question that all purchased in the course of a season or two.
Net, the clubs Stoke, Sunderland, Aston Villa, Tottenham, Liverpool, Chelsea and of course Manchester City spent more money than Manchester United on player purchases in the period 2006-2011, while Manchester United in the same period have taken four league titles. This has been achieved with players like O'Shea, Brown, Carrick, Fletcher and Park as significant contributors.
Now the focus will be on young players like Rafael, Smalling, Jones, Cleverley, Pogba and Welbeck.
Yes, so we'll see how it goes with Manchester United in the fight against £38m Aguero, £27m Dzeco, £26m Milner, £25.5m Tevez, £25m Silva, £25m Adebayour, £24.5 m Balotelli, £24m Yaya Toure, £22m Lescott and £ 22m Nasri.
Remember one thing, we will always be there as a good big brother.