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United - Vidic Deal Offer?

Could Manchester United be hitting the panic button?

Could the thought of losing another top-notch player, to Real Madrid, be the reason why steps are being taken to veer away from the etiquette established whereby new contracts are only discussed when players approach the last year of their current deals?

It certainly looks to be the case!

With Real Madrid and Nemanja Vidic being mentioned in the same sentence more than once in recent weeks, the tabloid press are united in their suggestions that Manchester united have made moves to offer Vidic a contract extension that would see his current salary rise from 70,000 a week to 90,000 a week.

Now whether it`ll be enough to convince the Serbian defender to stay or not remains to be seen!

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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday July 23 2010

Time: 12:36PM

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If he comes out and says he wants to go then i think we should let him leave thats assuming we will be getting 30 mil for him.
TheFamousNo7
Have seen the stats regarding your win rate with and without Vidic - the Without Vidic column makes for some pretty scary reading. You'd be stupid to let him go even if Real Madrid offer silly money as he's established in your team and any replacement would take time to bed in. Think this is a very wise move by your club and not a sign of panic at all. Of course nobody knows how much grief he's getting from his wife over the lovely Mancunian weather, but unless he pulls his shorts down and takes a dump on fergie's desk he is a player you REALLY need to hang onto.
fifthcolumnblue
Its really great news to hear he has signed a new four year contract! Another 4 years of the best defensive record no doubt. What a player!
TheFamousNo7
I'll second the great news thingy!
Red Boy
 

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