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£5 Million?

United`s attempts to snap up the exciting Crew youngster, Nick Powell, could prove costly.

With several Premier League clubs looking at taking the youngster, including Tottenham and Chelsea, Crewe have out a hefty £5 million price tag on the 18 year old.

The tabloid press are reporting that Crewe want an initial £3 million up front and the remainder to come via appearance related clauses.

Those same tabloids go on to infer that the highest offer Crewe have yet received for the talented teenager is £450,000!



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Sunday May 20 2012
Time: 1:43PM

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He's certainly a talent, it's just a case of whether the club believe his potential is worth the 5 mil risk. Ultimately, if we want him to fulfill that potential and want to stay at the club then we're going to have to start utilising some of our youth products or risk losing more talented youngsters possibly (but hopefully not) like Pogba.
TheFamousNo7
20/05/2012 16:23:00
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look at it this way - he's £3million cheaper than bebe.
fifthcolumnblue
20/05/2012 21:11:00
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"look at it this way - he's £3million cheaper than bebe." hahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha but unfortunately that's true
Kanchelskis
24/05/2012 14:28:00
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