3. Bargain buy
The Argentine is available on a free transfer in the summer, and even if United decide to buy him immediately, he should be available for a very reasonable amount. Considering the experience and quality he brings to the midfield, he may be just the catalyst required to jolt a stuttering United side into action in their pursuit of the Champions League spot.
The only stumbling block may be the wages- he currently earns a whopping £3.7 million per year at Inter (as per the same report from the Mirror) and he will look for at least a matching offer, even if United do not offer a raise. At 33, he will not be handed a long term contract, and hence a big contract for a couple of years may get United just the player they need, but the fans may not ideally want.
Watch a goal scored by Cambiasso with a bi-cycle kick: