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Sneijder Deal Moves Closer?

This web site has been littered with comments expressing a disappointment that despite signing three decent players, Sir Alex Ferguson has yet to bring in a world class midfield operative that everyone seems to be convinced we need.

Well perhaps we should all be a little more patient with the gaffer as the tabloid press are insistent that the summer-log pursuit of Wesley Sneijder is about to pay dividends.

The belief being that a fee has been agreed with Inter Milan and all that remains is to negotiate with Sneijder`s people his salary.

It`s rumoured that his current salary, at Inter, would equate to something like 190,000 a week which doesn`t sit too easily with United`s board. Therefore the inference is that United will sit down and discuss with Sneijder`s people a deal whereby his salary will be boosted by bonuses and a generous signing on fee paid over the length of his contract.

As usual, we`ll sit back and await any further developments before updating our readership.



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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday August 2 2011

Time: 4:33PM

Your Comments

I'm not fussed whether the player we get is world class I just want someone who provide something different to the midfield. Replacing Scholes is fine but, using Barca as an example, we'd have Xavi, the deep lying playmaker, but no Iniesta, the advanced playmaker. Replacing Scholes is only half the job, we'd still be lacking that advanced playmaker.
TheFamousNo7
if you get Sneijder I fear it'll be a one horse race for the title!
merlin
The obvious choice for our current situation.
Kanchelskis
hope you buy a guy(for silly money half driven by mr big ego sneijder) that isnt as good as the one Scholes recommended as his rightful heir, he"ll be a flop like at Real M. will open up the League buy him while you still can, Just Do It!!
Uskok
League over if you get him
footballtaz1
 

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