Manchester United have spent over £200,000,000.00 during the summer 2022 transfer window alone, and they look set to spend even more money in the upcoming January 2023 transfer window. The question being asked here is, will Manchester United’s spending cool off next summer? Alternatively, if the Glazers sell the club, will the new owners inject more cash into the club and spend even more money on bringing in new players? Find out more right here.
A look at some of Man Utd’s biggest recent signings
Here are some of the most recent big-money signings that Manchester United went for in recent times:
- Antony – Brazilian right-winger who came from Ajax in the Eredivisie for €95,000,000.00
- Casemiro – Brazilian defensive midfielder who came from Real Madrid in La Liga for €70.65 million
- Lisandro Martinez – Argentinian centre-back who came from Ajax in the Eredivisie for €57.37 million
- Tyrell Malacia – Dutch left-back who came from Feyenoord in the Eredivisie for €15 million
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Other new signings
Manchester United also spent a €2.3 million loan fee on bringing in Newcastle United goalkeeper Martin Dubravka, plus there was also Denmark’s attacking midfielder Christian Eriksen who came in on a free transfer from rival Premier League side Brentford. Man U may be looking to sign someone new in the upcoming January transfer window to replace Cristiano Ronaldo, but exactly who they will sign remains a mystery. It’s also unclear yet as to roughly how much money Man Utd are willing to spend on reinforcements.
Can Manchester United win the Europa League or Premier League?
If you want to know exactly how likely it is that Manchester United can win the Europa League or the Premier League, the best thing to do would be to compare the latest odds from today’s most reputable sports betting websites. For example, at most sites right now, you will find that Man Utd are currently around the third odds-on favourite to win the Europa League behind Barcelona and Arsenal (the current odds-on favourites to win the Europa League), and they are currently the fifth odds-on favourites to win the Premier League.
A closer look at the average odds
To win the Premier League, you are currently looking at odds of around 50/1 (which equates to 51.00 in European decimal odds or 5,000 in American/moneyline odds). In comparison, the current odds-on favourites to win the Premier League, rivals Manchester City, are currently priced at 13.23 (which is 1.53, or -190). To win the Europa League, Man Utd are currently priced at around 9/1 (10.00, or 900.00). The odds-on favourites to win the Europa League, Premier League rivals Arsenal, are currently priced at around 15/4 (4.75, or 375).
Manchester United are currently fifth in the Premier League with 26 points after 14 games. In their first game back after the FIFA World Cup break, they play Burnley in the Round of 16 of the EFL Cup (the Carabao Cup) on December 21st.