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Begovic Wants United Move!

Begovic Wants United Move!

And still the goalkeeping situation, at Old Trafford, generates column inches in the press.

Yesterday, we had Sir Alex Ferguson berating those who continue to knock our young Spanish keeper, David de Gea.

Today though, talk about Asmir Begovic has sprung to prominence in the gossip column.

It states that Asmir has made his mind up to wait for a move to Old Trafford this summer, ignoring all other requests.

The only problem we can see is that it`d mean Sir Alex having to meet Stoke`s asking price of £15 million, although this could be offset by the sale of De Gea.

But, I have to ask, is it only us that seems to make a right meal of replacing a keeper who has decided it`s time to hang up those gloves?



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Sunday January 27 2013
Time: 11:09AM

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I word agree red boy but its not us that's are making a meal of it just the media. We can see de gea will be world class someday and that he's getting better with each game that passes, quite often performing world class saves and saving blushes from a very poor defensive effort thus keeping us in games. If he was English you just know the media wouldn't target him as a scapegoat but he will be revered as the successor of casillas that he is. Sorry Begovic you're a very good keeper but I can't see you moving to us until one of the Spanish giants turn De Geas head.
TheFamousNo7
27/01/2013 12:53:00
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goal keepers at Man utd tend to under achieve i think....thinking back now to the much talked about Massimo Taibi amongst others...now the top young spanish goalie in De Gea has also been written off...Begovic if you know whats good for you, stay at Stoke..
JohnnyOz
28/01/2013 15:57:00
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Written off according to who Johnny?
TheFamousNo7
28/01/2013 16:15:00
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