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Transfer Talk - May 31st

Transfer Talk - May 31st

Three little pieces of tittle-tattle grace the pages of various news sources today.

The first, relating to our keeper, Tomasz Kuszczak, suggests that the Polish international, who has been linked to both West Brom and Spurs in recent weeks, is set to leave English football to try his luck in the Bundesliga, although his precise destination has yet to be revealed.

The second infers that Manchester United have missed out on the acquisition of Benfica`s left sided player, Fabio Coentrao, with the player opting to go to Real Madrid.

The third implies that Ashley Young has decided to join Liverpool, from Aston Villa, instead of moving to Old Trafford.

From the above it would seem that Old Trafford isn`t the place to be - little do they know!



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Tuesday May 31 2011
Time: 4:41PM

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Kuszczak can a leave I couldn't give a 5hite. Coentrao I know nothing about and can't help but question the validity of this rumour but all the same he can go to Madrid and become a bench warmer, once again, I really couldn't care less. As for Young, good riddance. A good player an all but 15 mil for a bench warmer who provides the squad with nothing we don't already have is ridiculous. Honestly, if he were to play attacking mid, I wouldn't mind too much but if he's coming in to play on the wing I'd much rather have N'Zogbia or a left footed left winger.
TheFamousNo7
31/05/2011 18:41:00
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We dodged a bullet if the Young move is true.
Kanchelskis
31/05/2011 20:28:00
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I hope all three are true
tuscan3000
01/06/2011 08:53:00
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Lets get Modric, I see him as a perfect fit for our midfield, Sneider will prove to expensive, and Modric is a proven PL player.. Lets also hold on to Berba would hate too see him leave.. Kuszczak goodbuy, ceontrao is just a rumour, and I also believe Gibson has proven he hasnt got what it takes to replace Scholes. However I would also love if we were to gamble on young Cleverly, maybe he is our next Scholsey.
nordkap
01/06/2011 12:02:00
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nordkap, I Modric is very a good player and I reckon would fit perfectly in our squad also but for the money Tottenham will demand, 30-35 mil we might as well put in another 5-10 mil just to get the best CAM on the planet in my opinion.
TheFamousNo7
01/06/2011 17:02:00
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