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Vidic Move?

Money talks and there`s a new kid on the block, so to say!

The Russian side, Anzi Makhachkala; are desperate to make their mark in European football, having already signed Samuel Eto`o agreeing to pay him a record salary of circa £340,000 a week, they are now looking at signing a world-class defender.

Not surprisingly, when talking about world-class defenders, the name of Nemanja Vidic has popped up with several news sources inferring that a bid, in the region of £25 million, is imminent.

Although Sir Alex Ferguson is blessed with a plethora of centre back talent in Rio Ferdinand, Jonny Evans, Phil Jones, Chris Smalling and Vidic, we reckon it`s very doubtful that Sir Alex would even consider letting the club captain go.

And as for the player himself, whilst money brings security, we can`t imagine he`d be tempted to move away from Old Trafford to a place so hostile the team are flown into the area to play their home games, from Moscow!

A definite non-starter we reckon!



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Tuesday August 30 2011
Time: 4:43PM

Comments

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25 mil?! A russian team that are paying Eto'o 340k a week I wouldn't even consider anything below 50 mil because you know they'll pay it. It's not going to happen, Vidic is going to stay.
TheFamousNo7
30/08/2011 18:54:00
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25 mil?! A russian team that are paying Eto'o 340k a week I wouldn't even consider anything below 50 mil because you know they'll pay it. It's not going to happen, Vidic is going to stay.
TheFamousNo7
30/08/2011 18:54:00
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Would have thought you'd be better off getting rid of Turdinand before his injuries put him out of the game permanently and you end up with another Hargreaves-type scenario. And for the record, turdiand would never be welcomed at our club ;)
fifthcolumnblue
30/08/2011 19:03:00
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Would have thought you'd be better off getting rid of Turdinand before his injuries put him out of the game permanently and you end up with another Hargreaves-type scenario. And for the record, turdiand would never be welcomed at our club ;)
fifthcolumnblue
30/08/2011 19:03:00
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didn't that once get said about Tevez?
merlin
30/08/2011 20:15:00
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didn't that once get said about Tevez?
merlin
30/08/2011 20:15:00
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Possibly Merlin, the internet is like a permanent retirment home for hostages to fortune! But was referring more to the likely arrival of Owen Hargreaves to the Blue camp - getting him for free would be a real coup, despite any reservations about his fitness.
fifthcolumnblue
30/08/2011 23:12:00
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Possibly Merlin, the internet is like a permanent retirment home for hostages to fortune! But was referring more to the likely arrival of Owen Hargreaves to the Blue camp - getting him for free would be a real coup, despite any reservations about his fitness.
fifthcolumnblue
30/08/2011 23:12:00
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Agree with you completely Famous, no way we will sell him for 25m, what a joke.. As for Hargreaves, they just cant get enough of United at Wasteland, probably paying him 300K£ a week..
nordkap
31/08/2011 09:42:00
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Agree with you completely Famous, no way we will sell him for 25m, what a joke.. As for Hargreaves, they just cant get enough of United at Wasteland, probably paying him 300K£ a week..
nordkap
31/08/2011 09:42:00
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