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De Gea`s Ours!

It appears that United, according to various news sources, have secured the services of the Atletico Madrid keeper, David de Gea.

According to these sources, United have agreed to pay a fee of 18.3 million for his services.

Sir Alex Ferguson speaking about the reported acquisition of the 20 year old is quoted as having had this to say,

"We identified him quite a while back as one we should go for. He is very quick with good presence and is an outstanding replacement for Edwin van der Sar."

"One great quality Edwin has is his composure and David has that to."

Hopefully this change will be a smooth transition, unlike when United struggled to get a suitable replacement for the legend that was Big Pete!

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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday May 25 2011

Time: 4:36PM

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It's gone up to 18.3 million now? For a keeper??!! Definitely ruining football!
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25/05/2011 17:22:00

De Gea looks to be a real gem. Undoubtedly already possesses great ability and looks to have even more potential. At 20 years of age he will be a servant to the club for atleast another 15-20 years and if not, or Real or someone come sniffing around, the resale value with De Gea is there. Now the keeper position is sorted it's time to get an attack-minded midfielder other than Cleverley. Douglas Costa please.
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25/05/2011 17:30:00

What....nothing about Giggs, or McStalin's press conference? No shagging gambles or gagging shambles. Hur hur.
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25/05/2011 21:03:00

Don't get your hopes up lordjohnny, like the club they support, this is a totalitarian regime. Congrats on your great escape BTW - always enjoy Wigan away - only takes me half an hour to get home after the game!
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25/05/2011 23:16:00

That Ravel Morrison sounds a nice chap.
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25/05/2011 23:39:00

Might have premmed on the De Gea announcement RedBoy!
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26/05/2011 00:04:00

Bold of you fcb to talk of petulance when Balotelli misses his clubs celebrations to throw waterbombs at people. As for Morrison, he has got bundles of talent but has been lead down the wrong path unforyunately. I'm confident he will soon grow up.
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26/05/2011 00:08:00

Funny listening to filthcrapblue, your pathetic club is in shambles, figthing between players, your captain who cant wait to f... off, Balotelli who behaves like a spoiled mercenary, ohh forgot he is isnt he.. Then you slag of United, how about having a good hard look at your own house.. You are funny though..
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26/05/2011 09:25:00

In a shambles Nordkap? I'll have some of what you're smoking.
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26/05/2011 10:37:00

fifthcolumn-Where did you get it that I was a Wiganite?. The only peer is in the name.
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26/05/2011 13:54:00

Don't interrupt nerdkraps stream of cliches, Dub, he's on a roll.
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26/05/2011 21:41:00

Sorry LJ, must have you mixed up with someone else.
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26/05/2011 21:42:00


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