Manchester United v Fulham - Ferguson on Robin van persie starting chances | EPL 2012-13
Manchester United v Fulham - Ferguson on Robin van persie starting chances | EPL 2012-13 Manchester United summer transfers done - Sir Alex Ferguson Sir Alex Ferguson has said that striker Angelo Henriquez will be Manchester United's last summer signing. The 18-year-old Chilean follows forward Robin van Persie, midfielders Shinji Kagawa and Nick Powell plus left-back Alexander Buttner to Old Trafford. Ferguson also said that the club are not closer to selling either, with Dimitar Berbatov linked with a move. "We definitely won't be buying anyone," Ferguson said. "There is no movement about anyone going the other way." Club record buy Berbatov has drawn interest from several European clubs since the £24m arrival of Van Persie. Henriquez will further increase Ferguson's options up front when he travels to England on Sunday after being granted a work permit and visa. And the Scot revealed he had monitored the progress of the Universidad de Chile youngster for several years. "We have had an option [to sign him] since he was 14 when he played against our youth team," the 70-year-old said. "He came over when he was 15 and then 16. "He had such a good summer with Chile's Under-20s, that we thought it wasn't worth waiting. We may as well do it now. He's quick and a good finisher and he has a terrific physique for a boy of 18." Ferguson also stated he expected 23-year-old Dutchman Buttner, signed from Vitesse Arnhem on Tuesday, to feature from the substitute's bench against Fulham <b>...</b>
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