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Down in West London, it appears that our title rivals Chelsea are prepared to let both Ashley Cole and Frank Lampard leave.

It appears that Chelsea operate a policy whereby they don`t offer players over the age of 30 new contracts over 12 months in length.

Cole and Lampard, both highly seasoned and respected professionals have been linked with numerous clubs as they seek one final career move.

Interestingly, United have been linked with a move to bring both (however likely on paper it initially seems) to Old Trafford, which leaves us to ask several leading questions that could do with a response from your good selves:-

1 - Could Lampard and Cole do a job for United?

2 - Would you take one of if only one which one?




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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday January 4 2013

Time: 3:58PM

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Cole could do a job and give Evra some much needed competition and also give us some real strength in depth in the position however I can't see it happening. Lampard wouldn't add anything to the squad and really isn't needed. Would prefer cole but can't see either happening. However, I hate to fuel an old transfer rumour but if we were in for a midfielder I think Sneijder at the price he's going at is certainly worth a punt and if it doesn't work out the amount we sell him on for we wouldn't be making a loss.
TheFamousNo7
but i heard Sneijder don't like Van Persie and vic-versa - as for our two god forbid if it were to happen
merlin
Don't know of any argument between the two but what I do know is if Fergie signed Sneijder regardless of any grievances between the two he will ensure they're put to one side, if not settled, for the good of the team. Once upon a time Rooney and Ronaldo weren't the best of friends, that was swiftly sorted out for the good of the team.
TheFamousNo7
Cole I can see only going to PSG, he's not called Cashley for no reason whilst Lampard I'm not too sure. Unsure whether he's one for the glitz and glamour of life in America at the same time I can't imagine him wanting to play at a lower level in the English game.
TheFamousNo7
 

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