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A Rumour That Refuses to Die!

A Rumour That Refuses to Die!

It is a rumour that just refuses to die!

With it being intimated yesterday, by the Sunday tabloid press, that United are reluctant to go over a weekly salary of £175,000 a week and that a ceiling has been put on a possible transfer fee, is there a chance that Wesley Sneijder could still become a United player?

The player himself hasn`t ruled out the possibility commenting in the media recently,

"There is always a chance something will happen but we will see."

And as for a career continuation in England and the Premier League,

"Maybe, I have played in many big competitions in Holland, Spain and Italy and I`m still here."

"What is going to happen we will see but I am a happy guy."

"But there is always speculation every year."

"I am happy to train and play my games. Whatever happens after that, we will see."


With the transfer window not slamming shut until the end of the month, there`s still plenty of time for movement on this one.

Anyone care to guess which way it`ll go?



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Monday August 1 2011
Time: 4:45PM

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He's not a target, whether he should be or not is another case. If we sign a midfielder I can only imagine it being along the same lines as that of Jones and De Gea, one for the future but also a proven first team player. If Sneijder does leave Inter I can only imagine it being for one of the financial forces who'll be willing to meet his and Inters demands.
TheFamousNo7
01/08/2011 18:09:00
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I think I've identified who your new midfielder is going to be: http://uk.reuters.com/article/2011/08/01/uk-soccer-england-newcastle-barton-idUKTRE7703VX20110801?rpc=401&feedType=RSS&feedName=sportsNews&rpc=401 I think he'll fit in quite nicely at united.
fifthcolumnblue
01/08/2011 18:38:00
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The thug who once played for City?
TheFamousNo7
01/08/2011 20:09:00
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lol...impossible
henry_shyboy
01/08/2011 20:36:00
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yep, he is most definitely a thug - that's why we got rid of him even though we couldn't really afford to lose him. Pity you can't do the same with Chavel Morrison.
fifthcolumnblue
01/08/2011 21:50:00
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We don't give up on our youngsters at the first sign of trouble but try to help them instead.
TheFamousNo7
01/08/2011 22:13:00
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hardly the first sign though is it? If you didn't have such huge debts I've no doubt taggart would have cut Chavel loose after the revelations about him beating his mother up.
fifthcolumnblue
02/08/2011 00:15:00
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Chavel, rather aptly named isn't he?
Bluedub
02/08/2011 09:48:00
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Sneijder will be playing Sunday will be a done deal by Friday.
footballtaz1
02/08/2011 12:22:00
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If his performance in the Dublin Super-cup was anythingg to go by then I'm looking forward to Sneijder being owned by our midfield for the second time in two weeks.
fifthcolumnblue
02/08/2011 12:56:00
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