By Chris Wright
Manchester United are reportedly unable to meet Valencia’s £30-£40 million asking price for their star striker David Villa, despite the Spanish hitman admitting that Old Trafford would be his preferred destination should he move to England.
The Guardian are reporting this morning that United have had to pass on the chance to sign Villa due to the financial regulations placed on Sir Alex Ferguson by United’s incumbent owners – The Glazer family – as they nurse the club’s monolithic £700 million debt.
The solution to this predicament you ask? Well it seems fairly simple to me.
Offload Berbatov, Anderson, Foster, Owen and maybe even Carrick, couple all the cash raised with any left over Ronaldo change and Villa’s your uncle!
Whatever United pay, he will be worth it.