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Artifex Welcomed With Open Arms

Just over 12 hours ago, English giants and last year's runners up Manchester United saw their longest serving and most talented manager Sir Alex Ferguson depart from Manchester United as he made the imminent decision of retiring of from football as a whole. Ferguson, 70, who has been in charge of the Red Devils since 1986 left paving the way for a new manager in the form of young and inexperienced Artifex to carry on the traditional habit of achieving success at the red side of Manchester.

The news did spark controversy amongst thousands of United fans as they all questioned the new man's capability. Jose Mourinho was the bookies favourites to replace Sir Alex, but the Manchester United board have reiterated their confidence and trust in Artifex to lead the club to glory.

"Rooney Still Has A Part To Play" - Artifex

In his first press conference at the club, the new manager stated that English striker Wayne Rooney does have a long term future at the club amid reports of the former Everton man being unhappy at the club. Artifex was quoted saying: "He's one of the best strikers in the world. It would be silly to let him go. Similarly for him, there is no other place than Manchester where he will enjoy such love, respect and enjoyment. It works out both ways and I can assure that Wayne is in my plans, not only for the season, but for several years to come."

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Wayne Rooney in the Manager's Plans

Reports do however suggest that players such as Michael Carrick, Darren Fletcher, Luis Anderson and Antonio Valencia can call leave as the new man looks to rejuvenate his midfield for the forthcoming season.

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United Swoop For Luka Modric

News just in that Manchester United have completed the signing of Croatian playmaker Luka Modric from Real Madrid. The former Spurs player reportedly cost the Red Devils an estimated £7,000,000, with defenders Phil Jones and Alex Buttner heading to the Santiago Bernabeu. The Red side of Manchester are assumed to be delighted with the deal as they bring in the much needed class in the centre of the park. Manager Artifex was quoted saying: "It's a fantastic deal for us. I am sad to lose two of our up and coming players but a player like Luka are hard to come by. He is someone who can make a change in an instance as well as dictate play. He will provide that much needed class to our midfield"

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New Manchester Boy Modric

Luka Modric will be paired alongside Michael Carrick with the manager hoping that the two can form a partnership that will dominate possession and dictate the tempo of the game.

The new United manager has insisted that his club are done with any big name transfers as he is finding it difficult to compete in such an overinflated market. He is therefore looking to add depth to squad, but experts are already suggesting the likely first 11 that will be fielded regularly by the manager.

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