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The Alternative to Hazard

Not for a minute do I believe we`ll be landing Eden Hazard, not on the kind of mind-boggling money being touted around the press.

But if not, who else could be lined up?

Well one Sunday tabloid throws a few names into the ring, names they believe that Sir Alex Ferguson has been showing more than a passing interest in.

The list presented is:-

Shinji Kagawa (Dortmund)
Yann M.Vila (Rennes)
Kevin Prince Boateng (AC Milan)

Out of the three, who would you prefer?



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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday May 27 2012

Time: 12:04PM

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No brainer Kagawa. Since joining Borussia 2 years ago he proved he can cope with the massive step up to the Bundesliga from the J League and has since won 2 Bundesliga trophies and a DFB Pokal trophy as well maintained his convincing performances in the Champions League. His averaged just under a goal every other game in the Bundesliga with 21 goals in 49 appearances with 12 assits in that time. He can play anywhere across the midfield and on the wings, he has a brilliant work rate, is accustomed to fast-paced short-passing counter-attacking football at Dortmund, something Fergie is supposedly looking to implement, and could provide us with that little bit of skill we need to unlock defences and also provide the goals from midfield we've lacked whilst also offering a solid defensive performance. His wage shouldn't cost a bomb neither should his transfer fee. Kevin Prince Boateng is a good player but couldn't cut it in the Premier League whilst at Tottenham, his transfer fee and wage won't be cheap as he won't really want to move and Milan wont be too interested in selling either. M'Vila is a very good player and has admitted this season he wants to move however he's a completely different player to the one we urgently need. He'll offer that defensive solidness we've lacked since Fletcher has been injured but Fergie said he's not out for that sort of player so I can't see it happening.
TheFamousNo7
 

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