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United Target Modric!

Ryan Giggs may well have signed on for another season but there`s no doubting that with Paul Scholes getting longer in the tooth that Sir Alex Ferguson is casting a watchful eye towards an adequate midfield replacement.

Today, one leading Sunday tabloid, carries an article that infers that United could be preparing to launch a raid on a club whereby we`ve had success before in the transfer market, or as some might put it - our feeder club Spurs!

Our intended target, according to the red-top, is none other than the influential Spurs midfielder, Luka Modric.

At twenty-five years of age Modric is in the prime of his career and it`d take a huge bid to tempt Spurs to sell although the red-top seems to think that we could offer a former Spurs player, Michael Carrick, in a player-exchange deal.

I guess we`ll have to see what pans out with regards to this one! Personally, I reckon it`ll not happen.




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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Sunday February 20 2011
Time: 11:07AM

Comments

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man, how many times do you guys have to try? no means no :) the multiple (alleged) attempts make man u even more pathetic..
hardcore_spurs
20/02/2011 11:18:00
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I know it's coming up for Comic Relief, is it RED NOSE DAY AS WELL???...........No mention of Bale...
spu 4 life
20/02/2011 11:22:00
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Hahahahaha! United doesn't have the money to buy Modric. And he has already said he's not gonna leave us for Madrid or united. And btw, he signed a six year contract last summer. If he was looking to move, I bet it would've been more like 3 years.
Elldiablo Nabil
20/02/2011 11:22:00
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Sorry Guys. Not any more can you come sniffing around WHL and take our best players. The day has gone and the playing field is levelling out, so bog off with your deluded thoughts of theivery.
Huddsnewsnarl
20/02/2011 11:28:00
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Bale £100m Modric £100m VDV £70m Take your pick, if you think you can afford it. Otherwise do a bit of window shopping around Wigan or Fulham like you did last year. COYS
Huddsnewsnarl
20/02/2011 11:32:00
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Dont kid yourself, if United wants the player they will get him, Tottenham has done well, but lets get realistic here, United is the biggest club on earth, and if SAF really wants the player from Tottenham, they will buy him.. Remember Berba.. Anyways why so scared already, we are in February for christ sake, the transfer window wont open until summer, United are linked with new players everyday, if you are to believe the papers, United would have a 100+ squad.. Anyways you wont be able to hold on to Bale nor Modric, if not United then other clubs will poach them, unfortunately for you, Tottenham is not a top European club.
nordkap
20/02/2011 11:38:00
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Torres never wanted to leave Liverpool, Barry wanted to stay with Villa, Tevez was happy at United, Cesc will stay at Arsenal.. If you believe these statements from players you are seriously the deluded ones, football has changed, money talks more than ever, as do winning trophies.. Of couse footballers will state their loyalty, and then when they sign for another club the next day, they will put it down to not being able to resist the challenge.. Dont f.... kid yourself, Bale, Modric and VDV will all leave sooner than later, thats the story of modern footballers, contracts mean nothing anymore..
nordkap
20/02/2011 11:44:00
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nordknap, man u biggest club in the world, you havin a laugh. maybe the biggest in uk! and you don't even have as many champs league medals as liverpool. if barca comes knockin, we might be worried. you guys pretend that you can get anyone you want, but your finances say otherwise.
hardcore_spurs
20/02/2011 11:48:00
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Blimey. nordcap is obviously in delusion. Now onder he has challenges in writing a coherent comment. "if SAF really wants the player from Tottenham, they will buy him." Moronic comments like this from arrogant illiterates, who probably don't actually go to Old Trafford are the reason why United fans are despised and ridiculed by so many.
oldun
20/02/2011 12:12:00
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Nordkap. What makes Manure the biggest club on earth? You mean your 18 titles and 3 European Cups? Liverpool have the same number of titles and with 5 European Cup, not forgetting AC Milan's 6 and Real Madrid's 9. You are not even the biggest in England. Stop this rose tinted drivel.
theotheyid
20/02/2011 12:17:00
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