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Sir Alex Ferguson right-hand did not mention Ronaldo as one of his best signings

By Angus Barnes

Sir Alex Ferguson right-hand did not mention Ronaldo as one of his best signings

Manchester United former CEO mentions his top five signings with the team.

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The red devils are aware that there could be some changes in the next part of the season, and now they receive some advices from the former CEO right now.

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Manchester United new office is looking to make several changes to the team in the next part of the season, and they want to make sure that they have the chance to really help the team, and the fact is that right now they might also be looking to go ahead and make sure that they have the chance to make the best decision for the team this next months.

"Wayne, in terms of what he did for the club, Michael Carrick in terms of what he brought. I would say either... I can have two, there's a lot. Vidic and Evra." David Gill started as he was asked for the best signings that he managed to complete for the team, and the fact is that now he also has some advises for the next few changes the team wants.

Gill added, "In terms of importance to the club, one of the most important ones was Edwin because we struggled to replace Peter [Schmeichel] and we went and got Edwin and he was great for us." and this are all of the signings that he mentioned as the ones that had more impact on his time with the red devils.

"[My advice would be to] really focus in with Dave Brailsford and those on the recruitment and negotiation side, really understand that. Get the focus back on that, get it working better to deliver the players." Gill ended, and this show what the new office of the team would have to do if they want to secure the arrival of really important players to the team in the near future.

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