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Rumour-Mill Goes Mad!

Another hot of the press rumour infers that Manchester United may need to strike quickly if they want to sign Robert Lewandowski.

They`re basing their implication on the fact that the twenty-three year old Polish striker, currently playing for Borussia Dortmund could see his transfer fee rocket, from a modest £18 million, if he has a good Euro 21012 Finals this summer.

The question I`d like to ask though is - do we really need him?



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Wednesday May 23 2012
Time: 4:52PM

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Think this is just newspaper bull to be honest. Lewandowski is a very good player but just not one we need nor does the transfer reflect Fergies most recent activity in the market. Fergie was supposedly looking to impose a faster style of play to the club, Lewandowski isn't fast while Hernandez and Welbeck are (not to mention the possibility of Keane, Macheda and King all fulfilling their potential and all are faster than Lewandowski) whilst the slow strikers are being moved on, Berby and Owen. He's a good player but I highly doubt he's United bound and I also reckon his agent was chatting rubbish when he said we were watching him when Fergie and Phelan went to see Borussia thrash Bayern and was just trying to engineer a move and gather interest in his client. Kagawa is the Borussia player we should be after and are most likely after, if not him then Hummels.
TheFamousNo7
23/05/2012 20:52:00
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