Fergie sets out transfer plans
By Adam Marshall
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Sir Alex Ferguson will hang onto Eric Djemba-Djemba and Kieran Richardson.
Sir Alex Ferguson looks like hanging onto Eric Djemba-Djemba and Kieran Richardson, but he is willing to loan out David Jones.
Manchester United have been active in the transfer market this week, farming Chris Eagles out to Watford, while Norwich City boss Nigel Worthington has admitted an interest in taking Richardson on loan.
Cameroon international Djemba-Djemba was tentatively linked with a move to Birmingham City after Blues boss Steve Bruce was spotted at Exeter City's St James Park in midweek.
However, Bruce has rejected the reports and Ferguson stressed the former Nantes man is staying put.
"There have been a few enquiries about Eric over the last few weeks," Ferguson told United's official website. "But we're not in a position to make a decision about that.
"We've loaned Chris Eagles out to Watford. That's one thing that has happened.
"David Jones may also be farmed out depending on how things go in the next two or three days.
"After that, I've got quite a few players out on loan at the moment so I don't anticipate there being any more."
Norwich had been keen to recruit winger Richardson on a temporary basis to help their bid to stave off relegation.
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