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Trio Off?

Trio Off?

The transfer merry-go-round, as we predicted yesterday, is about to gather some momentum.

Two significant transfers that were completed yesterday, Phil Jones from Blackburn to United and Jordan Henderson from Sunderland to Liverpool, could soon see a trio of United players heading through the Old Trafford exit door.

The grapevine is buzzing with the inference that Steve Bruce has already ear-marked some of the £20 million he received from Liverpool for Henderson to make a £12 million offer to United for John O`Shea, Wes Brown and Darren Gibson.

All that remains to be seen now is whether United allow all three to go.

Would you?



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Thursday June 9 2011
Time: 4:33PM

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Keep O'Shea, he's too useful to let go of. Brown can go. Gibson i'm still not sure about. He's a good squad player and may be a late developer like Fletcher but at the same time I doubt he will be able to break into the first team still. Perhaps a loan?
TheFamousNo7
09/06/2011 17:07:00
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I can't see why we are letting O'Shea go (maybe Jones will be utilised in O'Shea's role), if that is indeed the case. Gibson is a tough one to call, he should probably go and would probably not be missed too much but I have a fear he will turn out to be a good player, he has looked good in patches for us recently and he was always muted as a good prospect so maybe with more game time at Sunderland he could up his game a lot more, a loan move with an agreement on any future fee if it suits both clubs would be my preference. Brown moving on was to be expected, he has been a great servant for us through the years, I wish him well for the future. If Gibson does goes maybe it's a sign that Fergie is still in the hunt for 2 new central midfielders.
Kanchelskis
09/06/2011 19:51:00
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