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Vidic Wants To Stay And No Club Could Afford Him

Vidic Wants To Stay And No Club Could Afford Him

There were rumours circulating in the international press abizt ITalian clubs' interest in Nemanja Vidic. Apparently, both Inter and AC Milan wish to solve their defensive problems with the Serbian terminator.

Well, despite his horror show at the weekend Fergie would probably tell them to beat it. And, thankfully, his agent is not encouraging potential suitors.

"There is no truth in these whispers, because he is a first-team regular in the Red Devils` side and is not for sale.'

"He loves it in Manchester and Italian clubs cannot afford to buy him, nor can Spanish ones for that matter.'

'He still has several years left on his contract and is settled there. He is European and World champion, why would he want to leave? Every other destination would be a step down."


Well said indeed.



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Writer:Zae
Date:Thursday March 19 2009
Time: 3:18PM

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Thanks Mr.Agent,your pretty different from the usual ones and as far as vidic is concerned,time to resume normal service after you serve your ban.Hopefully the break will do u a world of good.
abmutd
20/03/2009 05:39:00
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Thanks Mr.Agent,your pretty different from the usual ones and as far as vidic is concerned,time to resume normal service after you serve your ban.Hopefully the break will do u a world of good.
abmutd
20/03/2009 05:39:00
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