It is no more a secret that
It seems that Manchester United is also going to the same direction. Their total debt reached at £1.1 billion in January 2010 and it is now well-reflected in their activities in the Summer transfer market. Though they lost Cristiano Ronaldo last summer, which many believe is the reason for losing the Premier League title to Chelsea, manager Sir Alex Ferguson could not yet attempt to bring in any quality replacement for Ronaldo. Rather, the Red Devils are planning to offload out-of-form Dimitar Berbatov.
Given the current debt of Manchester United, it is pretty much understandable that they do not have enough money in their transfer kitty to bid for someone of Ronaldo’s stature.
This is perhaps the reason,
Sir Alex Ferguson signed two young players in Mexican Javier Hernandez for £10 million and
Zoran Tosic is the latest example.
In the Early 90’s,
Overall, it seems that Manchester United could face the same fate of Liverpool in future, if they can not manage to cut according to their cloths.