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Young Deal Done!

Young Deal Done!

Well that didn`t take long did it?

All week we`ve been reporting on how the proposed move to get Ashley Young to Old Trafford was gaining momentum but, despite hoping so, we never believed it would be wrapped up so quickly.

But it appears that it has with it being announced this morning that Young has signed a four year deal after having had a medical last night.

The fee is reported as being closer to £20 million than the £16 million it was rumoured to be taking United`s spending up to £55 million already this close season.

Welcome to Old Trafford Ashley Young!



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Friday June 10 2011
Time: 12:11PM

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I'd be much happier with 18-20m for Young, wouldn't leave such a bitter taste in my mouth and could accept him moving onto better things.
Villa 4 Ever
10/06/2011 12:36:00
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My opinion is he is overrated still...but i wish him all the success at utd, i really do hope he does well. He hasn't done a barry or milner and left us for the money he has left because you ARE the champions of england and have been in the champions league final. You are the 2nd best team in the world and probably will be next year so i have no hard feelings about him leaving us for you lot because it IS a step up unlike the other two greedy players who left us.
P.Avfc
10/06/2011 12:49:00
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better things!! have you seen coronation st lately V T I D
paul muldrew
10/06/2011 12:50:00
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yOU HAVE BEEN DONE!!!
astonsteve
10/06/2011 12:59:00
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If anyone can make him live up to his potential it's Fergie. He has a way with English, well, British players. I'm not exactly thrilled but at the same time I can see the logic behind his transfer. Whether you condone his transfer or not as a fanbase we must back our players, so atleast get behind him whilst he's wearing the shirt. Welcome to The Theatre of Dreams.
TheFamousNo7
10/06/2011 15:37:00
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All we need now Fergie is a DM and AM.
TheFamousNo7
10/06/2011 15:51:00
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55 million spent and still no def or att midfielder wtf is going on. I think Young is overrated and not as good as what we already have but whilst he's wearing a Utd shirt I will support him and hope he does well. Fergie has proved people wrong before so let's hope he's done it again but nearly 20 ******** million for Young, thats crazy *****. (Sneijder must be worth 60 million minimum) Over 50 million spent and our main targets not signed yet is a worry, how much more are the trolls at the top going to cough up. I have a funny feeling one of our big name players might be sold off, Nani perhaps.
Kanchelskis
10/06/2011 22:10:00
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Young is great addition, he will come relatively cheap, and we do neet quality backup for Nani and Valenci. Furthermore Young can play in different positions, I think at United he will turn into a star performer. Forget Sneijder, I dont want United to pay 40-50 m£ + a huge salary, I want United to be sensible and not throw stupid money around like City. Sneijder is 27, I would prefer us to promote Cleverly and Pogba and let them have 2 years to turn into star midfield players, and hope that Ando and Fletch can carry the midfield until the Pogba and Cleverly are ready.. Keep the faith in the youngsters.
nordkap
11/06/2011 12:10:00
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Funny it's not been announced on the official site, and until it is, no deal has been done.
Spangle
11/06/2011 14:22:00
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Spangle, it is pretty much done to be honest. And nordkap i like how you say 'relatively cheap' 16m - 20m, something between that is not cheap!
P.Avfc
11/06/2011 14:53:00
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