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A season following season look at Manchester United’s spending since their final title triumph فوز

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Manchester United’s summer signings of Jadon Sancho and Raphael Varane have driven spending since Sir Alex Ferguson’s retirement in 2013 to over £1 billion.

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The Red Devils have not won the Premier League title since Ferguson stepped down eight years ago, despite the best efforts of David Moyes, Louis van Gaal, Jose Mourinho and current Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

Here, the PA News Agency looks at the players who joined United since 2013 and how much each coach has bombed in an effort to bring the club back to the top.

David Moyes – 64.6 million pounds

David Moyes lasts less than one season following replacing Sir Alex Ferguson

David Moyes lasted less than one season following replacing Sir Alex Ferguson (Peter Byrne/PA)

2013-14 (£64.6m)

Marouane Fellaini – £27.5 million
Juan Mata – £37.1 million

Hand-picked by Ferguson to take over following his retirement, Moyes promptly returned to previous Everton club to sign Maron Fellaini while Juan Mata joined in January, just four months prior Moyes was sacked. Fellaini has never won the fan base but Mata is staying at the club today having just signed a unused deal.

Louis van Gaal – 258.6 million pounds

Louis van Gaal won the FA Cup during his two-year tenure in the hot seat at Old Trafford.

Louis van Gaal won the FA Cup during his two-year spell in the hot seat at Old Trafford (Martin Rickett/PA)

2014-15 (£170.5 million)

Ander Herrera – £29m
Luke Shaw – £27m
Marcos Rojo – 16 million pounds
Angel Di Maria – £59.7 million
Daley Blind – £13.8 million
Memphis Depay – 25 million pounds

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Dutchman Van Gaal will be Manchester United’s next enduring coach, and his first summer in charge of the team was active. There have been expensive flips in the form of Angel Di Maria and Memphis Depay, but Luke Shaw has now proven himself solidly with club and country.

2015-16 (£88.1 million)

Mathieu Darmian – 12.7 million pounds
Bastian Schweinsteiger – 14.4 million pounds
Morgan Schneiderlin – 25 million pounds
Anthony Martial – £36m

A second summer window saw United and Van Gaal spend again, but only the late acquisition of Anthony Martial can be considered a success. Van Gaal will be sacked at the end of the season despite handing over the FA Cup with a triumph over Crystal Palace.

Jose Mourinho – £363.8 million

Jose Mourinho was unable to return the Premier League title to Manchester United.

Jose Mourinho was unable to return the Premier League title to Manchester United (Martin Reckitt/Penn)

2016-2017 (£145.3 million)

Eric Bailly – 30 million pounds
Henrikh Mkhitaryan – £26m
Paul Pogba – £89.3m

Jose Mourinho, the previous Chelsea and Real Madrid coach, was next in charge of United and made three notable deals, including re-signing French midfielder Paul Pogba from Juventus.
Injuries have plagued Eric Bailly’s United career while Henrikh Mkhitaryan will move to Arsenal in an exchange for Alexis Sanchez in another move that has not worked out for either player.

2017/18 (£146m)

Victor Lindelof – £31 million
Romelu Lukaku – 75 million pounds
Nemanja Matic – £40m

After winning the European Cup and Europa League double, Mourinho once again went shopping with a vast investment on Everton striker Romelu Lukaku and did not accomplish the desired results. Victor Lindelof and Nemanja Matic played their part in helping United finish second and stay at the club.

2018-19 (£72.5 million)

Diogo Dalot – £19m
Fred – £52m
Lee Grant – £1.5 million

Mourinho was not waiting for the 2018/19 season following a string of dismal results that saw him sacked in December, to be replaced by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Prior to that, he had gone into the transfer market to sign young packed-back Diogo Dalot and experienced goalkeeper Lee Grant as well as spending over £50m on Brazilian midfielder Fred.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer – £373.6m

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer remains in charge of the Red Devils as they look to end their quest for another Premier League title.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer remains in charge of the Red Devils as they look to end their quest for another Premier League title (Rafal Oleksiewicz/PA)

2018-19 (£65m)

Daniel James – 15 million pounds
Aaron Wan-Bissaka – 50 million pounds

Solskjaer’s first summer saw the club add two young British players to its ranks, with Daniel James arriving from Swansea and Aaron Wan-Bissaka joining from Crystal Palace. The final score was a distant third, with Solskjaer removing a handful of academy players along with his more established names.

2019-20 (£127 million)

Harry Maguire – £80m
Bruno Fernandes – 47 million pounds

United will once again end the season unload-handed despite two major additions as they finally sacked England defender Harry Maguire at Leicester. Bruno Fernandes’ January move would be a distinguished blow with the Portuguese playmaker who is arguably the best signing of the post-Ferguson era.

2020-21 (£67.6m)

Donny van de Beek – £35 million
Alex Telles – £13.6 million
Imad Traore – 19 million pounds

The famous signing final summer was Dutch superstar Donny van de Beek, but he rarely appeared on his first frustrating campaign in Manchester. Alex Telles was playing second violin for Shaw while Emad Traore was one in the coming as United finished second behind neighbors Manchester City.

2021-22 (£114m)

Jadon Sancho – £73m
Raphael Varane – 41 million pounds

Jadon Sancho was a target 12 months ago and finally completed his move to United earlier this month following missing a penalty in the final of England’s Euro 2020 loss to Italy. Cup-holder Raphael Varane is now set to join Real Madrid as Solskjaer continues his quest to triumph his first title as United manager.

Total spending 1.06 billion pounds sterling

* Reported fees are used when official fees are not disclosed

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