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Wesley`s Coming!

Wesley`s Coming!

And so the rumours continue to gather momentum!

It`s got to the stage whereby it`ll be a major disappointment if Wesley Sneijder doesn`t sign for Manchester United.

The latest inference is that United are going to break their transfer record and pay Inter Milan a huge £35 million for his signature and that his weekly salary will exceed the £220,000 a week Wayne Rooney is supposedly on.

As is the norm, with the scent of a huge transfer deal filling their nostrils, the tabloid hacks have been working overtime trying to source quotes to support this impending transfer.

The obligatory source, reportedly, provided the following quote to one delighted hack,

"Everyone expects Wesley`s move to United to be announced soon, maybe as early as Wednesday."

"He has spoken to his Dutch team-mate De Jong to find out where are the best places to live in Manchester."

"It all looks imminent, no matter what Inter or Wesley may say in public."

"It seems Inter want to sell but don`t want to admit it, while Wesley wants to go but doesn`t want to say it. It`s a good move for him and good business for Inter."


If it is all true, it promises to be one hell of a coup!



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Tuesday July 12 2011
Time: 4:46PM

Comments

0
Really hope so, its been so built up now. I just cant wait to here theyve excepted a bid.
rooneyisgod
12/07/2011 16:52:00
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if s.h.i.t.t.y got 400 we should get about 10 or 20 billions given our history and succes, oh and look at NAPOLI, they had maradona playing for them and he alone won them the title in the 80s ( thats some history) and they know their place in history, so i think we should help them to have more history and take that million that dilaurentis is offering us for a friendly.
RedDevilKile
12/07/2011 17:41:00
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now maybe shi.tty can go to play to the middle east and enahce their poor history and buy more fan and bring them back home to fill the eastland toiled, sorry, etihad toilet
RedDevilKile
12/07/2011 17:43:00
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Reddickedkylie - you're on fire mate, keep it up!
fifthcolumnblue
12/07/2011 18:34:00
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The Suns chatting it's usual b0ll0x. Sneijder isn't fussed whether he stays or goes and isn't about to force through a move. Inter aren't selling describing him as 'untransferrable'. Also, we have our no over 26 policy whereby we don't sign players 26 or over for hefty sums. Fergie had Nasri as his number one target rather than Sneijder suggesting, like I said before, we were never in the market for him. Fergie also said you can't replace Scholes and that he's going to look towards the academy.
TheFamousNo7
12/07/2011 18:59:00
0
I'd be chuffed to bits to be proved wrong but all the evidence indicates that it's not going to happen.
TheFamousNo7
12/07/2011 19:00:00
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Great player, and he would be great for United, I just dont want United to pay that kind of money and salary for a 27 year old. Id rather trust, Pogba, Cleverly and Morrison.
nordkap
12/07/2011 19:47:00
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I wouldn't trust those three, if it all goes wrong we are stuck for the season. I know we gotta have a bit of faith in our youngsters but think we need someone like Sneijder to give the whole team and fans a big buzz.
rooneyisgod
12/07/2011 21:55:00
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forgot that maybe the friendly offer from napoli could be a way to say" come and watch marek hamsik" , i think we need him or maybe javi martines, we already have plenty of football, we need a strong dm.
RedDevilKile
12/07/2011 22:10:00
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Just get someone in already. Sneijder is the obvious stand out choice but there are others, I just wish they would hurry up and sign a good att mid so the papers will ***** off with their bs.
Kanchelskis
12/07/2011 23:25:00
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