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Out of the Race?

Out of the Race?

Although there are many United supporters who would like to see Luka Modric join Manchester United, it isn`t looking likely.

The word on the streets is that United are not willing to meet Spurs £35 million valuation of the player and are resigned to him not being on the Old Trafford playing staff next season.

Shame that but is he seriously a £35 million player you might want to ask yourselves?



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Saturday June 30 2012
Time: 12:08PM

Comments

0
Well...if Andy Carrol is worth £35mil; Modric is worth £2.5billion!!
evertonmandan
30/06/2012 13:11:00
0
is the debt own by club really affecting you guys and yet you sold ronaldo for £80 pounds,how pathetic.
sunnymakcres
30/06/2012 13:17:00
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Hi. Chelsea fan here. Modric is worth all that money. We are ready to pounce any time if Daniel Levy doesn't become as stubborn as he always is.
BOTUM
30/06/2012 15:06:00
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Yet again debt debt debt like a stuck bloody record if Fergie wants anyone he can buy them. But he won't be held to ransom by Levi and his retarded advisors. Plus sunny pretty sure Ronaldo was sold for 80 mill not 80 quid
MotorMad
30/06/2012 15:49:00
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His not worth 35 mil BOTUM, thats the thing. It's how much he'll go for most probably yeah but at most he's worth 25 mil, especially considering his 2nd half of the season where he was virtually non existent and the fact that he wants to leave. There's cheaper options available out there who can do the job we're looking for, provide more years service to the club and potentially be better than Modric ability wise. Strootman and Belhanda are a couple that pop to mind off the top of my head.
TheFamousNo7
30/06/2012 16:12:00
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Out of the race? Thank ***** for that. Overrated and over priced.
Kanchelskis
30/06/2012 19:54:00
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