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Losing Out?

According to the Daily Telegraph, we could be losing out in the race to sign a future world-beater.

Our interest in Eden Hazard, the Lille playmaker, has been well documented in recent weeks but it is being reported that City have stolen a march on us when it comes to signing the 30 million rated player.

We`ll wait and see if the Telegraph are correct shall we!



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The Journalist

Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday May 1 2012

Time: 4:34PM

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You can't lose a bidding war before its even started its all speculation at the moment. We'll see in the Summer who gets him, I would love to see him in the side though. If we miss out on Hazard I wouldn't mind seeing us go for Kagawa, he will provide the fast pace counter attacking football Fergie is trying to reintroduce into the team and possesses great technical ability and he knows where the net is.
TheFamousNo7
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01/05/2012 19:52:00

According to today's Mirror, it looks as though you may already have missed out on him.

http://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/transfer-news/manchester-city-manchester-united-target-814486
fifthcolumnblue
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01/05/2012 23:03:00

Why because he was at your stadium? Douglas Costa was at our stadium watching us play Fulham I believe just last year, nothing happened despite the constant rumours linking us to him. Hazard is one every club in the league is going to have to wait and see on I reckon. Not looking forward to a long, drawn out transfer saga to be honest. Wherever he ends up, being a football fan first, it will be a joy watching him play in the premier league.
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02/05/2012 12:17:00

 

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