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Baines Interest Growing?

It`s a subject we`ve covered previously but also a subject that has reared its head again this morning.

Manchester United`s interest in the Everton full-back, Leighton Baines, has, apparently, reached the stage whereby David Gill is, reportedly, talking to Everton about purchasing the player.

The tabloid insists that United are set to offer Everton 12 million for the player but it could take as much as 15 million to persuade Everton to sell their asset.

We`ll keep an eye an on this one for further developments.



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The Journalist

Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday May 23 2012

Time: 4:47PM

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Sure he'll sort your midfield problems right out...
fifthcolumnblue
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24/05/2012 01:39:00

Baines is a very good left back, too good and expensive to act as competition for the LB role v Evra. If Fergies lookin to add depth and competition to the fullback positions why not go for young talented players who wont cost a bomb? As lets face it 15 mil isnt enough for Baines he's going to come at an English premium whilst Everton will play hardball and be their usual selves and expect a good 20 mil. Azpilicuata? Van Der Wiel? Clyne? Olsson? All are young, show great potential and shouldn't cost a bomb but possess enough quality to add depth to the fullback position which is currently sparse par Evra, Rafael and Fabio (who's heading out on loan).
TheFamousNo7
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24/05/2012 08:18:00

Also, with Hazard supposedly agreeing terms with all 3 clubs in for him and Gills spe about how we pay good wages but not ridiculous ones (like Hazards wage demand) is it safe to say that Hazard would've agreed to a more reasonable wage when accepting our terms? If so, I'd be shocked if he's United bound and I reckon it's only between City and Chelsea as the guy is only in for it for the money, something we can't offer.
TheFamousNo7
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24/05/2012 08:36:00

Spe = Speech --- In it for* rather than, in for it for :P
TheFamousNo7
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24/05/2012 08:38:00

New phone Famous? LOL! TBH, hardly ever bother posting anything from mine - aside from the internet costs, the keys are just too bleeding small.
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24/05/2012 10:54:00

You just know don't ya fcb :P personally don't mind posting from my iPhone to be honest, i just turn it landscape and get a bigger keyboard and normally only post when im connected to wifi. I'm normally quite good with it but the poxy autocorrect is so bizarre sometimes, entering random spaces inbetween words and correcting your spellings to something so far off you forget what you were suppose to write in the first place.
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24/05/2012 11:54:00

You just know don't ya fcb :P personally don't mind posting from my iPhone to be honest, i just turn it landscape and get a bigger keyboard and normally only post when im connected to wifi. I'm normally quite good with it but the poxy autocorrect is so bizarre sometimes, entering random spaces inbetween words and correcting your spellings to something so far off you forget what you were suppose to write in the first place.
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