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Sanchez Back on the Market?

Sanchez Back on the Market?

How things change so quickly!

Yesterday, according to several news sources, the Catalan giants Barcelona looked to be the favourites to improve their considerable armoury by signing the Chilean winger, Alexis Sanchez.

It was being reported that Barcelona had agreed to pay in excess of £20 million, to Udinese, for the player with a further lump sum coming their way later.

By all accounts it looked to be a done deal, although the inference was there that the player himself had, previously, expressed a desire to play for Manchester United.

Today it`s being reported that the deal has broken down and that Sanchez is once again a target for our noisy-neighbours.

Having already dismissed our interest in him, due to the presence of Nani and Valencia in our squad, now I`m not so sure.

Perhaps, although they are good players, we should be considering a purchase of Sanchez just to give us that extra something that will help peg back the gap between us and Barcelona.



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Tuesday June 21 2011
Time: 4:43PM

Comments

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Lol...peg back the gap between you and Barcelona! Pity none of your member is here to read...lol
Blezbluez
21/06/2011 17:13:00
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Lol...'peg back the gap between you and Barcelona'! Pity none of your member is here to read...lol
Blezbluez
21/06/2011 17:18:00
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He is a great player but as you said with Nani and Valencia plus the incoming Young and Park would he be needed?
Kanchelskis
21/06/2011 17:42:00
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Could be worse, we could be in for Torres... lololol
Kanchelskis
21/06/2011 18:31:00
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It was a done deal ... par the fee. Barcelona have got to stop expecting teams to accept insulting fee's when they can easily demand more from others. You might see yourself as God's gift and feel a sense of entitlement to any player you want but to everyone else, you're bunch of egotistical arrogant (for profanity filters sake) douche bags (i'm talking from a footballing perspective not fanbase perspective before stereotypes and irony come into play). I don't want Sanchez and the sooner his transfer fiasco is sorted the better, it's about as fun as the Fabregas will he, wont he epic.
TheFamousNo7
21/06/2011 18:34:00
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i think barca has gotten dis guy nothing anybody can do bout it...
henry_shyboy
21/06/2011 20:28:00
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i think barca has gotten dis guy nothing anybody can do bout it...
henry_shyboy
21/06/2011 20:28:00
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i think barca has gotten dis guy nothing anybody can do bout it...
henry_shyboy
21/06/2011 20:28:00
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i think barca has gotten dis guy nothing anybody can do bout it...
henry_shyboy
21/06/2011 20:28:00
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You seem pretty adamant about that lol
Kanchelskis
22/06/2011 00:02:00
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