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Ramsey May Be Allowed To Leave

As my renowned colleague united4life already mentioned, we are rumoured to have signed a 17-year-old Welshman who goes by the name of Aaron Ramsey. Well, the deal is not done yet but could be completed soon.

Cardiff manager Dave Jones, facing the question about the talented youngster's future, responded that though Ramsey's an enormous promise he would be allowed to leave if the right offer came in.

'We don't have to sell him now,' Jones said.

'But if Manchester United, Chelsea, Arsenal or Liverpool come calling and the price is right it's difficult to say to the kid you are not going to play with Rooney and Ronaldo.

'We have been very honest since we've been at the club and if it is the right deal for the club and the player then we will do it.'


It seems he's resigned to lose the club's brightest prospect and as United have been heavily linked with him it would be a surprise if he did not end up at us. However, who knows - Chelsea could nick him, too!




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Writer: Zae Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday May 16 2008

Time: 11:35AM

Your Comments

you'll be glad to hear he is a die-hard kopite so i wouldnt get my hopes up if i was a manc.
El-Nino-9
Oh, you mean like O'Shea and 20LEgend?
Gapi
Oh, and his role model is a certain Ryan Giggs - ever heard of him, dear old El Nino?
midlothian99
el-nino, rooney was an everton fan,gerrard was an everton fan,o'shea followed liverpool....does it really ****ing matter.
java
haha, heinze was a liverpool fan.....but he played for man utd!!!!!!
united4life
He is a real potential and we don't get many in Wales so you better look after him. It'l do him good to move to the same club as Giggsy. What a legend.
welshboy78
Gerrard was a liverpool fan all his life u absolute tosser.obviously o'shea and ole were only casual supporters,like all mancs........all im getting at is that if we come in for him theres only going to be one winner so dont go overboard on the lad.
El-Nino-9
 

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