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Villain Linked to Old Trafford

The desire to pull on our famous red-shirt appears to be as enticing as ever!

The tabloid press are today carrying a story that the Aston Villa forward, Ashley Young, is set to refuse new contract talks with the Midlands club. Seemingly his present contract at Villa runs out at the end of next season and the twenty-five year old has, reportedly, expressed a desire, to team-mates, to move to Old Trafford.

Is it a possible transfer to keep an eye on?




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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Friday March 11 2011
Time: 5:00PM

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"The desire to pull on our red shirt" PMSL. He's heard that you pay players £250k per week regardless of how crap they are and he wants a piece of that, simples!
fifthcolumnblue
11/03/2011 18:41:00
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How many players do we pay 250k a week then fcb?
TheFamousNo7
11/03/2011 19:01:00
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Young is a very talented player one who I would imagine would love a move to one of the bigger sides (no offense Villa). Transfer wise Villa shouldn't demand anything too hefty seeing as his contract is due to expire next year (i believe). If we do get him I can't imagine him being played on the wings as we've already got plenty of cover there, maybe that AM we need?
TheFamousNo7
11/03/2011 19:05:00
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Young is good but should he be better by now or would he prosper at a bigger club than Villa?
Merlin
11/03/2011 19:23:00
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Young is good but should he be better by now or would he prosper at a bigger club than Villa?
Merlin
11/03/2011 19:23:00
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Well the only side i would like young to go to would be utd as it wouldn't be about a money move and just ambition. But i don't think he is good enough for utd, he is overated even from a villa fans point of view...Utd clearly need better players i have saw 3/4 of your games this season and how you are top of the league i do not no, poor all around and it wouldn't surprise me if you get pipped to the finish.
P.Avfc
11/03/2011 20:34:00
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Filthcolumn, 250K isnt that what you pay Viera for being a spectator?
nordkap
11/03/2011 21:13:00
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Nope Nordkrap. Vieira is on £20k per week plus appearance bonuses. But don't let that stop you imagining that we just pay silly money for our reserves, after all, the Sun and Daily Star told you that so it must be true. P.S. What is the Norwegian equivalent of the Sun BTW?
fifthcolumnblue
12/03/2011 11:24:00
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I think Merlin is spot on. He's a good player - and a few years ago looked to have amazing potential. To me though, I dont think there has been any significant improvement to his game and at 26 years old - will we see enough of an improvement to make it worth the money? I'd take him as a backup on the left for £10m - but I'd rather we pay £20m for someone like Sanchez who is younger and already more talented.
tuscan3000
12/03/2011 12:48:00
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That's funny I thought it was 200k a week fcb like your not as good Toure.
TheFamousNo7
12/03/2011 14:44:00
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