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Begovic Update!

The continuing saga relating to the possible signing, in the summer, of Asmir Begovic, has thrown up another gem of a point.

It was thought that the loaning back of Jack Butland, to Birmingham City, was an indication from Stoke that Begovic would be leaving the Britannia Stadium this summer.

Now it transpires that Butland may be loaned out for the whole of next season, as well, with Tony Pulis intimating that it would take an enormous amount of money for him to sell Begovic.

Anyone care to guess how much enormous actually constitutes in this instance?




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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday February 8 2013

Time: 4:19PM

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If there was any interest in him Stoke are going to well and truly kill it off by demanding too much in which case cheers Stoke, De Gea will be a better keeper in the long run and Begovic would only hinder his development.
TheFamousNo7
Begovic no doubt is a top class keeper with saves his been doing for Stoke this season.all the same i think utd has two world class keeper in Lindeguard and De gea.Both keeps needs more trust,confidence booster and time to acquire experience to be the best of keeper.if one can remember wen Real madrid keeper and captain Casillas came on board he had similiar little errors like De gea.now is 1 of the best keepers in the world.also if we remember not all keepers can survive the week in, week out of a top flight club like man utd taking Fabian Battez as example.Begovic might come to utd,then turns to a flop.if am to advice let utd's solid 2 break by opposition teams,then keepers will also be at their best.though may become necessary to bring Begovic only if De gea decides to join back as speculation in newspaper are saying.pls give utd keeper th trust to perform.
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