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United And Two Other Clubs Agree Ramsey Fee

As Vital have already reported to you, United were on the verge of completing a deal for Aaron Ramsey. The fee has been agreed but the signing of the teenager is not certain.

What we do know is that United and Everton both had bids accepted. Reports suggest a third, as yet unnamed club have also reached an agreement with Cardiff for the Welshman - it is either Liverpool or Arsenal by the tabloids' reckonings.

The Mirror, one of the least credible papers in Britain, believes we have already secured the youngster - but they'd claimed that before and yet the fee has been agreed only now.

Still, Ramsey is expected to come to Old Trafford soon, in order to negotiate personal terms and undergo a medical. All sources so far say he's likely to choose United - but we only know too well how many things can go wrong in a transfer saga. But at least we do not have to put up with Peter Kenyon.




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Writer: Zae Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday June 4 2008

Time: 2:21PM

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Coz you would`ve lost out to Kenyon? ;)
raaid
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04/06/2008 15:26:00

I've heard a lot about Aaron Ramsey, but I havent seen him play. What kind of player is he? Dribbler? Tactician? Passer? Is he really worth all this trouble?
alexpant
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04/06/2008 19:23:00

Passer...some tactics... only 17 though so has room to improve.
Paulinho
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04/06/2008 19:41:00

Not too excited about this one i have to say.Much ado about nowt.
java
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04/06/2008 22:10:00

I think he'll ultimately choose us. I mean, he should want to be the next WELSH WIZARD! lol
ForeverUnited
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05/06/2008 03:34:00

ive watched him alot, and hes nothing special!
fenton_01
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05/06/2008 17:42:00

You'll buy him and immediately loan him out so what's to lose?
andleics
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05/06/2008 18:05:00

Some people will never be happy until we can only sign players whose surnames end in vowels - and not sometimesvowels like 'Y'.
beeninsane
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05/06/2008 21:07:00

 

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