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Brazilian on Watch

Sir Alex Ferguson and his scouting staff have established a reputation for plucking youngsters from South America and integrating them into life in English football, could we soon be welcoming another though?

Speculation has us linked with a nineteen year-old striker who is on the books of the Brazilian side, Santos.

Neilton is being talked about as being, potentially, as good as Naymar and sources suggest that he could be available for as little as 5 million, according to the buy-out clause inserted in his contract.

As for potential rivals for his services, look no further than Chelsea. The West London club could, possibly, have the edge over us on this one seeing as they appear to have a growing Brazilian contingent in their squad.




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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday February 7 2013

Time: 4:38PM

Your Comments

Doubt our interest but can imagine Chelsea being in for him as they pathetically attempt to stride towards playing beautiful football. We don't need another striker and we certainly don't need a player with the ego of neymar (if he truly is the next neymar).
TheFamousNo7
The next Naymar! If it's the Neymar that turned up for the Olympics or against England on wednesday they can keep him.
MotorMad
Think we might've dodged a bullet with lucas moura as well.
TheFamousNo7
 

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