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Senna Wants To Know Future

Midfielder Marcos Senna, who has been linked several times to Manchester United, says he wants to know what his future will be.

Following the arrival of Carrick, United are said to be looking at several options to further bolster the midfielder, with 30-year-old Brazilian Senna being just one option.

The Villarreal midfielder told their official site:

'I know they are negotiating my situation and I hope that it is fixed soon so I know what my future will be. Villarreal opened the doors to me and the truth is that here I am very contented.'

Adding: 'The squad is being reinforced very well with the arrival of Leandro Somoza, Cani and Robert Pires we have greater depth in midfield. I always said that my dream is to be able to win a title with this cub, and this year is a great opportunity to obtain that.'

More press talk? Guess we'll find out in the next few weeks.




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Writer: Cantona Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday August 1 2006

Time: 10:45AM

Your Comments

30 years old is there much point? but les get him quick if we r gonna but mascherano is a much better option
carrickisours
Too old, we're gonna need a big time player like mascherano to lift us out of our midfield dilemma
Kanchelskis
yea mascherno :) still we need all the help we can get. and if we get senna but not masherno, theres always next window to try n lure him (and possibly tevez) to OT
swellhead43
be better if u didnt sign him he's 30 theres no point and is he that good anyway??
green giant 12
yeah is he good
carrickisours
 

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