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With Shinji Kagawa already, more-or-less, on the books, red-top insinuations infer that Sir Alex Ferguson is now targeting another midfield ace.

With it being widely accepted that our midfield could do with strengthening, the indications are that Sir Alex is set to test the water with regards to luring Luka Modric to Old Trafford by offering Spurs a sum of £22 million for the player.

Now whether that bid impresses Spurs remains to be seen, after all they were able to resist overtures from Chelsea last summer when the West London club made offers far in excess of that, but with no Champions League football and with the future of Harry Redknapp far from certain, could the ripples United`s bid make be enough to set the ball rolling?



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Thursday June 7 2012
Time: 9:40AM

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get stuffed
norwichspur
07/06/2012 09:53:00
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Up yours Red Nose
Zummerzet Spur
07/06/2012 09:55:00
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Sorry guys, if you want Modders it will cost you a hell of a lot more than 22 mill.

We've already seen Daniel Levy take a stance and could well do so again unless his valuation is met.

Going on past transfers you guys have made from Spurs (and the way they've been conducted) i reckon you'd be looking at a minimum 40 million!

I firmly believe Daniel Levy has had enough of the way SAF does his public courting of Spurs players and therefore will take a further stance and let SAF hang himself by "tapping up in public" a contracted Spurs player.

COYS!!!
YT_Boy
07/06/2012 09:56:00
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£22 million ha ha ha, are you Chelsea in disguise? Try £40 million as a starting point.
Med1
07/06/2012 10:00:00
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Hahahahah wow.. £22M well lads, you might have to double that..
YidOfAfrica
07/06/2012 10:00:00
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Poor attempt at a joke .. its not even close to funny!
Detjo
07/06/2012 10:05:00
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What kind of article is that? Does it illustrate the limits of your analytical ability? Oh well ...
Shannon
07/06/2012 10:05:00
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Why on earth would we sell him to you lot! Levy is quite an intelligent man. If he does leave, which he may well, he will go abroad! Joey Barton is available, buy him!!
marcspur
07/06/2012 10:08:00
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I think that he would be good for Utd, but 22m? Do you know that we signed him for 16.5m? So we Spurs take the chance on him (as even utd were looking at him back then), we prove that he CAN hack it in the centre of an English midfield, and you think that we deserve only 5.5m profit for that? How much profit did you get for Cristiano Ronaldo or Beckham?
TonyRich
07/06/2012 10:16:00
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Be very careful. You pushed for and got Berbatov for a lot of money. Hardly repaid the fee did he?
spurboy61
07/06/2012 10:26:00
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