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Sneijder Deal Dead in the Water!

Any ambitions Manchester United have of reinforcing the midfield with the signing of Wesley Sneijder, may well have hit the buffers.

Sneijder, an apparent target of many top clubs and rated in the 25million bracket, is seen as the type of player that could lift us to another level and close that gap on Barcelona that was so evident in the Champions League Final defeat at Wembley.

But, the latest word on the Milan streets is that the Inter Milan president, Massimo Moratti, has vowed that Sneijder will not be leaving Inter Milan!

Perhaps it`s time to focus our attention elsewhere!

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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday June 21 2011

Time: 4:45PM

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Put a bid in and call his bluff. Of all the players mentioned as possible signings for us not one is as ideally suited to us as Sneijder, however Douglas Costa would be a good signing who potentially could be as good as Sneijder and would certainly cost a lot less.
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21/06/2011 17:39:00

The days of mega spending are behind us (until we're out of debt atleast) and we must begin future proofing the sqaud now. It pains me to say but Sneijder never was a realistic option, in the same manner Modric wasn't (i've been proved wrong before though :P). Even if the player wants to leave they should've thought about it before signing 5 year extensions for clubs who are under no pressure to sell (well perhaps par Tottenham depending on whether they can satisfy his CL football desire). We're going to have to look towards youngsters with massive potential, hunger and desire who won't cost a bomb. I think you can guess who i'm going to recommend.
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21/06/2011 18:28:00

Joe Cole?
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21/06/2011 18:40:00

Joe who? Haha.
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21/06/2011 18:44:00

Joe Cole, my post man, excellent delivery.
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21/06/2011 19:01:00

Post man and excellent delivery in the same sentence? This Joe Cole must really be a one-off.
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21/06/2011 19:45:00

TF7 - if your days of mega spending are over why are there reports saying U*d have tabled a mega bid for Sanchez? Also 16m rising to 20m for a kid that has played one season in England is pretty mega in my book.
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22/06/2011 09:20:00

Maybe I should've made it a bit clearer. Our days of breaking the bank for a single player is over. I can't image Fergie spending Madrid/Barca money on a player anymore. The World Class players now cost 50+ mil, a fee I can't imagine Fergie ever submitting to. By the way 'reports' also suggested Sanchez had signed for Barca yonks ago, reports really are nothing to go by.
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22/06/2011 10:24:00

David Gill definitely met with Udinese TF7 and I'm sure it wasn't just for a cost chat and a cuppa.
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22/06/2011 10:27:00

I thought ash young was a creative option being brought in to play as a midfielder.After his blinder with england,pundits predict him playing in the hole.
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22/06/2011 13:48:00

I apologise bluedub I wasn't aware. Chelsea24/7 I hope he does provide us with the threat from the middle but even then 1 attacking mid isn't enough. We need someone to put the pressure on him to play well.
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