Manchester United manager David Moyes since taking up the vacant managerial seat left by the retired legendary Sir Alex Ferguson has endured the highest amount of pressure in his managerial career right from his Preston days.
Manchester United has experienced the worst start to a premier league season under the leadership of the Scot, a season which have seen them loose more than four of their home games in all competitions and handing victory to teams who are used to suffering defeat at Old Trafford in the process.
The Scot isn't just enduring a frustrating time on the pitch but also in the transfer market, with United being only able to acquire the services of Maroune Fellaini who hasn't made any significant impact since his £27million move from Everton in the summer.
Many had expected David Moyes to make up for the poor summer dealings in this winter transfer window but still the story remains the same with United yet to discover any real potential transfer target. While David Moyes is busy sending scout all over Europe to watch impossible targets such as Paul Pogba, Vidal and Koke of Atletico Madrid other clubs are busy strengthening their squad for the remaining half of the season. With clubs like Aston Villa, Cardiff, Stoke and Sunderland finding it easy to purchase players than supposed money bank Manchester United.
If you think buying is a problem for David Moyes and this managerial team it will surprise you to know that selling is also a major problem.
A host of Manchester United players have been linked with a move out of the club,with players like Anderson linked with florentina, Zaha and Fabio linked with Cardiff and then Alex Buttner to Fernabache but till date not even a single player has been able to secure a move out of the club rather they continue to spend their career on the bench behind David Moyes.
While David Moyes led Manchester United continue to display their ignorance in the transfer window Title rivals Chelsea have completed the signing of former midfielder Nemanja Matic from Benfica for a fee believed to be in excess of £20m.
The 25-year-old left Chelsea in 2011 to move to Benfica as part of the deal that saw David Luiz arrive at Stamford Bridge.
He has signed a five-and-a-half-year contract with Chelsea, keeping him at the club until the summer of 2019.
As Chelsea prepare to host United on Sunday at Stamford bridge all eyes will be on David Moyes and this scouting team to see how they respond to this all important signing made by Chelsea.