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Valencia Is In Manchester

Valencia Is In Manchester

Sky Sports report that Antonio Valencia is in Manchester for a medical and he's set to complete his switch from Wigan today. The fee is said to be around 16 million.

If it's true then United are very close to their first signing of the summer. Not an unexpected one and not one to set the pulses racing but at least a quick, tricky, direct attacker will arrive which we certainly need.



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Writer:Zae
Date:Monday June 29 2009
Time: 11:23AM

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welcome to United))
Leonax
29/06/2009 11:46:00
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It may not set the pulses racing but he is surely a strong signing,all we have to hope is that this guy gells into our team and if that happens all the doubters will know why Sir Alex bought him.
abmtd
29/06/2009 14:55:00
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I would prefer 3 solid signings anyday over one big name signing,it makes the overall squad much more stronger,so Valencia u r welcomed to old trafford from my side.Now to our next target.
abmtd
29/06/2009 15:02:00
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Any idea when his transfer can be confirmed by both the clubs?
abmtd
29/06/2009 15:09:00
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'direct attacker will arrive which we certainly need' which you certainly need are you joking your the best team in the world you dont need anyone but hey i would rither valencia go to u than rather than real madrid so good look valencia and i hope you win the title next year ( well unless wigan win it lol) not liverepool
lathamwafc
29/06/2009 16:20:00
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I'm convinced that he'll be quality. I think he'll have Nani's skills, Parks work rate and Ronaldos consistency. He won't set the scoring charts alight but will certainly take some of the defensive pressures off of Rooney. If this is pretty much done, I'm hoping Ashley Young is one of fergies next targets.
tuscan3000
29/06/2009 16:44:00
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tuscan3000, have to agree. If we have ticked Valencia off, and get Young, with just one more striker (or even possibly could manage without the striker part) i think we could do very well again this season and would be quite excited with the team.
Man utd champions
29/06/2009 18:01:00
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Wesley Sneijder,Doudlas Costa,Benzema,that ***** would make my day!combined with Valencia that would be a substantially strengthened squad,have always rated Sneijder,he's the kind of quality no nonsense all round skilled midfeilder that we lacked against Barcelona!!Not so sure about Aguera,seems a lot of money for a big risk,not sure if Benzema wants to come to utd so that may be the end of that.
jot3000
29/06/2009 20:15:00
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Benzema, Robben /Sneijder, and Silva plus a fit again Hargreaves and I'd be happy
Kanchelskis
29/06/2009 21:45:00
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sneijder and huntelaar, should have been part of the agreement in selling ronaldo.
ryu00
29/06/2009 22:26:00
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