It's always amusing for fans when club signs star players for hefty fees. It creates high expectations, and fans get eager to see the player in the field. Clubs like Manchester United is not at all an exception. The amazing experience of the debut is ecstatic, and loud cheers give us goosebumps.
From the fan's perspective, New Signing creates excitement and cheer. Fans are very much excited to welcome the new member to the family and the player shouldn't be disappointing the fans. Hence, it has impacts in various ways.
Manchester United: What are the challenges in New Signings?
Transfers are the crucial part of the English Premier League and New Signings are the keenest to watch. Finding the best deal at the best price is never easy and still finding the value for the money is tougher.
On the one hand, the team management has to keep the fans entertaining, and on the other hand, they need to manage the budget.
Managerial Success is spending less money for more talent.
Clubs like Manchester United have high spending capability and ability to attract players to the club. The high esteem of the club attracts players and has high negotiation power. Still Manchester United hasn't got the right team for a title clash.
How can Manchester United make New Signings?
Sir Alex Ferguson's signings are stars. Rooney, Ronaldo, Carrick and many more to mention. They were low-cost signings but Sir Alex Ferguson saw value in it. These players played key roles in Ferguson's Plan and more than justified his expectations.
Is this going to repeat in the Manchester United team? Even though Manchester United is spending more, it still has found young talents from its Junior teams. Marcus Rashford has shown consistency and has won his place in the starting eleven. He has completely adopted the style of play and improvisation is absolutely brilliant. The young striker is working hard to improve his finishing capabilities and practicing in free kicks too. He is evolving as a complete attacker.
Two new players are trying to prove themselves into the first team. Mason Greenwood, the Young RWF is setting himself and his finish is very clinical in nature. He has built high expectations for him. If he can bring out his best and stay consistent, Manchester United will be more than happy.
The other one is Scott Mctominay, who scored the surprising stunner at Manchester Derby has a decent start to his midfield role. He is adapting well to the situations and aware of his responsibilities at Manchester United.
These Young talents are not signings with money but talents grown in the club soil. It like sowing seed from grassroots to this classic grass is a real achievement. This is the real meaning of having Youth Clubs, promoting the young talents to represent their team at the best competition ever.