Well It looks like Man U have netted around £5.5M for Kieron Richardson. Blimey, I’m not sure I’d hand over the company cheque book to Keano (see Keano’s on the vino) but no matter. It’s a very good deal for Man U who are starting to recoup a lot of their summer outlay. Can’t wait till Kieron introduces cousin Charley to those Maccams. It’ll be the most fun in Sunderland since Bob Stokoe was there. Next out of Old Trafford looks like Heinze to Real/Newcy B maybe for £6.5M and then Smith for £7M to Boro? The NE seems to be the exit route for Man U players at the moment. Another 4 or 5 young lads should leave for around £1m apiece. That’s £25M or so of transfer revenue in a week or so with possibly more to come from the fringe players. Gotta hand it to David Gill, he’s a good book balancer. But the squad seems immeasurably more youthful and exciting. Think Sunderland might have to snare some bigger fish to survive. But who do you reckon’s doing the best business on the balance of transfers this summer Liverpool (who’ve done a lot of trading), Wigan (a lot of buying), Portsmouth (lots of trade as usual for Harry), Spurs (who have spent a lot), West Ham (where the turnover in players has been mindboggling) or your team?