Fergie rules out panic buys as United boss vows to stick with current squad

21 August 2009 02:30
Sir Alex Ferguson will not go back into the transfer market to solve ManchesterUnited's early season scoring problems.

The Old Trafford chief surprised many observers this summer when he revealed hisintention to use Federico Macheda and Danny Welbeck as back-up to experiencedtrio Wayne Rooney, Dimitar Berbatov and Michael Owen.

A return of just one goal in the champions' first two fixtures, including Wednesday's shock defeat at Burnley,has led to suggestions that Ferguson could scrap his initial plan andmake a move for one of Valencia's outstanding pair, David Villa andDavid Silva.

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