Premier League champions Manchester United steadied the ship with a 2-0 win over Swansea at Old Trafford to end a run of three straight defeats in all competitions. David Moyes's first season in charge of the Red Devils so far has made a compelling case for the club needing to reshape its squad. A report in the Mail on Sunday suggests this process will begin in the January transfer window. Brazilian midfield flop Anderson will be the first to go in a clearout as he nears a reported transfer to Italian Serie A side Fiorentina. Moyes may also send winger Nani back to his native Portugal and former club Sporting Lisbon on loan. Wilfried Zaha the last signing made at United by Moyes's predecessor Sir Alex Ferguson could leave Old Trafford temporarily too with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer looking to take him to Cardiff City. Longer term, ageing centre halves Rio Ferdinand and Nemanja Vidic, left backs Alex Buttner and Patrice Evra, striker Javier Hernandez, attacking midfielder Shinji Kagawa and right-sided player Antonio Valencia could all be for the chop. Should Moyes be planning wholesale changes then he will need to make some signings to offset that many departures. Click next to discover five players he could turn to as he rebuilds the Red Devils.
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