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Beating City to Two Youngsters!

The Daily Mail is reporting that United could be on the verge of beating City with regards to two talented youngsters.

It`s reporting that David Gill travelled to Croatia this week to take part in talks relating to the futures of the 15 million rated 16 year old Alen Halilovic and the 20 year old right back Sime Vrsalijko.

We await for any official announcements or denials.




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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday December 7 2012

Time: 4:31PM

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Vrsaljko a name right out of the old footy manager right there :P Just excuse me if I don't buy into either of these transfer stories...
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