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United's Spanish Interest?

Whilst many clubs see the Valencia forward David Villa as a key transfer target this summer, I reckon his forward partner is a far better option.

With Valencia cash strapped, to say the least, there is expected to be an exodus of stars from the Spanish club this summer.

David Villa, the free scoring Spanish striker, is expected to head towards either of the big two Spanish clubs, Real Madrid or Barcelona.

But I believe we`d be better suited to making an offer for David Silva.

On the occasions I`ve got to watch Valencia it is this lad that makes the side tick, he`s younger, he`s skilful, fast and has an eye for goal, more importantly, if reports coming from Spain are reliable, the lad would jump at the chance of a move to Old Trafford, as he explains,

'When you hear a club like Manchester United is interested in you it is an honour."

'I am very aware of the Premier League, and in recent years it has been the stand-out league in the world.

'If it came calling, especially if it was a club like Manchester United, it would be very hard to resist."

'I am happy at Valencia but every player has his price and if they get an offer they think is good business anything is possible.'


Get in there Sir Alex, the kid is class believe me!

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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Wednesday May 5 2010
Time: 8:56AM

Comments

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Just the Silva lining we need! Creative player, can play across the midfield and would be an amazing addition!
elvido
05/05/2010 09:14:00
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No way Valencia would let go of him for under 25-30 million. He's a amazing player.
JT_daniel
05/05/2010 09:33:00
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It'd be interesting to see who Valencia sell- They just need to sell either Silva or Villa or the pair of Mata-Hernandez to get out of their desperate financial situation.
JT_daniel
05/05/2010 09:33:00
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where would Silva fit in at your doss hole though?
Merlin
05/05/2010 09:44:00
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If you can find places for overrated ex-superstars in your midfield I am sure we can accommodate the excellent talent that is Silva. He is definitely worth the money, considering how the transfer market has shaped up. Mata is a good option on the left too! Silva though would be the ideal playmaker in center mid.
elvido
05/05/2010 10:59:00
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I'm still undecided on David Silva. I think he is a quality player but with his price tag we wouldnt be buying anybody else. He would help solve our creativity issues but I'd still like us to sign a midfielder who could try to emulate Lampards goal scoring - someone like marek hamsik. Also his size might be an issue. Seeing how modric has adapted has given me more hope in this regard but there is still always a possibility that Silva might just come here - feel the full force of the premier league and then decide he doesnt have the bottle for it. I'd love to see him here- but its a big price to pay for a player who may not adapt.
tuscan3000
05/05/2010 12:14:00
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You need to sell before you can buy, interest payments still on the rise, but I hope you can keep Rooney, the Premier needs players of his quality, no matter which team he plays for.
Buzz Lightyear
05/05/2010 12:19:00
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Interest repayments wont be the reason we sell this summer - it'll be the 25 man squad rules coming into play next season. We'll need to get rid of 4 players to bring one in. I think those 4 will probably be Foster, Possebon, Tosic and Berbatov who would raise us over £25m between them. If fergie has plans to bring in more than 1 more player I'd think De Laet, Owen, Carrick, Gibson and maybe even Vidic would be next in line to move on depending on which positions he wanted to strengthen.
tuscan3000
05/05/2010 15:38:00
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If a Milner and a Silva can cost 25 each, then Foster, Possebon, Tosic and Berbatov together will be much more than that! Though I see only Tosic and maybe Foster leaving on a permanent, Berba may go if we get a good deal!
elvido
05/05/2010 17:29:00
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He seems to be a fantastic player but I wouldn't pay over the odds not because he is not talented,its just that how he will cope with the physical nature of the EPL,thats my only question but if this declaration by him is true,then it surely gives us another option.
Antriksh (abmtd)
05/05/2010 18:58:00
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