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Rumours in circulation in Portugal infer that United have sealed a deal for the Argentine international Nicolas Gaitan.

These reports suggest that the United CEO, David Gill, and the Benfica President, Luis Fillipe Vieira, and the super-agent Jorge Mendes, have struck a deal of £21 million plus players.

Apparently it`s not happening and there isn`t a shred of evidence to suggest such a deal will happen.



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Sunday April 15 2012
Time: 1:17PM

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There is evidence though with reports suggesting Fabio will go out on loan next season and out of all the potential clubs it happens to be Benfica where Gaitan plays. It wouldn't shock me if still nothing comes of this and it is just coincidental that Fabio is linked with a loan move to them as rumours circulate that we're after Gaitan. Quite a gamble though, Gaitan was up there in the assists chart for the Champions League and we saw first hand his ability to dominate the midfield even from the RW position (I understand he's actually a natural CM but is forced out wide to allow their captain Aimar to play in the middle) but our history with Argentinians isn't a good one. At the same time though our transfer history with portuguese based players isn't too bad, Ronaldo and Nani being the better buys, Anderson being an average buy whilst Bebe, well... Not sure whether I'd prefer us to take an extra 15 mil punt on Hazard to be honest.
TheFamousNo7
16/04/2012 14:07:00
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Well in fairness Heinze and Tevez done well for us they just had a serious attitude issue. Veron just couldn't settle.
TheFamousNo7
16/04/2012 14:28:00
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