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One news agency is reporting some worrying news.

It`s inferring that there may be a problem developing in ongoing contract talks between Antonio Valencia and Manchester United.

Valencia, who came back better than ever from his horrific ankle injury to play a major role in our season finale, has reportedly come up against something of a stone wall when it comes to image rights.

Get it sorted please lads!

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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Friday June 3 2011
Time: 11:58AM


Everyone wants more money now they'vve seen how much Wooney is taking home.
03/06/2011 12:27:00
Doesn't help when they look across the City to City and see average players on ridiculous amounts more than them.
03/06/2011 13:54:00
I'm sure everything will be fine and sorted. Valencia is possibly the best traditional chalk on your boots winger in the Premier League, with only Nani ahead of him when it comes to the winger position in general and Fergie will really want to keep hold of him, though not at a ransom. Valencia seems a fair enough man so I can't imagine his demands being along the lines of really taking the p1ss like Rooney.
03/06/2011 13:57:00
Valencia will sign, he has ambition, and wants to win medals. If he wanted to take the ***** a just be a pure mercenarie he would go across the city to the laughing stock. They seem desperate to overhaul their squad again..
03/06/2011 15:48:00
You do such a great line in cliche's nerdkrap! Famous - what has our club got to do with your club caving in and asceding to Wooney's ridiculous demands?
03/06/2011 16:55:00
fcb, that's like Real Madrid saying what has signing Ronaldo for 80 mil and Kaka for 56 mil got to do with the inflation in the transfer market. City began a trend soon recognised and acknowledged by the whole of the footballing world for offering average/decent players ridiculous wages. Players then look at Yaya Toure on 200k a week and think i'm as good as/better than him why aren't I earning that? And so demand more or in turn leave for someone who will pay ridiculous wages like Madrid, Chelsea and yourselves. Atleast with Rooney there's a massive revenue because of his image rights so we're most probably getting back what we're paying to have him anyway.
03/06/2011 18:19:00
As far as I understand it Rooney keeps most of the revnue from his image rights (as published in the court proceedings against his former agents last year).
04/06/2011 09:48:00
TfamousNo7, u make me laugh u lot started the over priced markey years ago in the 90's u just sound jealous that citeh have more financial clout than ur beloved manuire, u man u fans all the same u dont like knowing that there is a new boy in town called citeh who WILL overtake ur thrown that taggart ur manager has been buying since i was a young villa fan u clowns
05/06/2011 01:33:00
Let me remind u lot of ur manure side buying veron 12mill, cole for 7mill when at the time was a great amount, yorke for 12.75mill of us and so on many more plus i bet u aint even from manchester probably a coach fan as all utd fans are
05/06/2011 01:35:00
Don't make me laugh Clive. Did I say we never spent big in the past? No, nothing of the sort you douche. I'm simply stating the observation that the current market trend and wage trend boils down to Madrid's, Chelsea's and City's spending sprees and wages. There's no jealous or bitter undertones to my comments just the facts. In fact, read my comments again and tell me if i'm wrong? Tell me that the current inflation in the transfer market and wages isn't down to big spending from Madrid, Chelsea and City, the key word being current don't forget.
05/06/2011 12:10:00
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