The man who many believe will be one of the options shortlisted by Louis van Gaal to fill in the vacuum that the centre of Manchester Uniteds defence is rapidly becoming, it may come as some surprise that youll see a fair amount of change back from 1000-gold for Garay. Currently the Argentine plays for Benfica so it may be a slightly difficult task to fit him into a defensive unit while maintaining that all-important chemistry. If Garay does indeed become a Premier League player next season expect his price tag to go the way of the Cadburys Freddo and skyrocket. Garays in-game ratings of 83-strength and 87-standing tackles make him an extremely solid centre-back while his overall heading rating of 81 means that more often than not you can rely on the Argentine to dominate opponents in the air. With 86-interceptions you can also expect Garay to cut off that penetrating pass which wouldve been sure to lead to a goal otherwise.
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