Moyes `well into planning` to start Man Utd rebuilding job post season end
Johannesburg: Manchester United boss David Moyes has reportedly revealed that he is already `well into planning` regarding new recruits for the fallen champions after the current season ends.
Moyes, who is nearing the end of his difficult first season in charge of United, said that he is well into planning with his thoughts and ideas getting ready for next year.
The Scott said that United`s rebuilding would start after the season end before anything else takes place, but added that they have got to look to do one or two things, Sport24 reported.
However, Moyes said that the rebuilding would be difficult as players would be going away for the FIFA World Cup in Brazil this summer, which may not make it quite as easy.
Moyes said that ideally, all the clubs would likely get their work done early, adding that United cannot guarantee the rebuilding getting done early but they would try to make it happen.
Despite United likely absence in Champions League football would mean a huge blow to the club`s finances, Moyes will not be short of funds to invest as club owners the Glazers are believed to be prepared to make 100 million available for the manager to reconstruct the squad, the report added.
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