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Powell Update

This is a transfer that looks set to run and run!

United`s acquisition of the U18 Crewe star, Nick Powell, appears to have been settled with Crewe accepting a bid of 3 million which could well end up being doubled if Powell`s progress matches his talent.

But, there could still be a sticking point.

It was understood that Powell would go out on loan once his signature had been secured with Crewe being the possible benefactors.

But, reports filtering through now suggest that Sir Alex would like to park the youngster at a Championship club with Peterborough, managed by his son Darren, the most likely destination.

Let`s hope Crewe just take the money and let the youngster get on with his career.



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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday June 10 2012

Time: 11:56AM

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Hmm if Crewe want him on loan then send him there. Let him develop his game in a team where he knows the players, the manager and the coaching staff and will know he's going to get played rather than loan him out to Peterborough just to help out his ***** manager of son. Crewe might be a division below Peterborough but he'll benefit more from developing his game to slowly cope with the jumps in quality from League 2 (this season at Crewe) to League 1 (if we sign him the upcoming season at Crewe on loan) to the Championship (next season on loan to Peterborough or some other Championship club), rather than taking it a step too far too soon and watch him waste on the bench becuase he's just not ready for the jump up.
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