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Kagawa Heading for the Exit

The arrival of Shinji Kagawa, at the start of last season, was a move applauded by many.

Kagawa had showed his class in a very good Borussia Dortmund team and it was widely expected he`d take his career up another notch with us.

For one reason or another it hasn`t happened with many supporters suggesting that the Japanese international has had very few outing in his best position.

This morning speculation is, once again, emerging that suggest that David Moyes might well be about to sacrifice Kagawa to bring in another midfielder.

To that effect it is being implied that Moyes could, although no concrete evidence is provided by the tabloid press, allow Kagawa to return to Borussia Dortmund.

Now if the 24 year-old was allowed to return to the Bundesliga, my opinion is that it would be a crying shame and that United, before they sell, should give the player a decent run out in his preferred position.

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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday December 10 2013

Time: 11:30AM

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Sure why not, if we are going into a decline why not sell one of our best players and bring in, oh I don't know Leon Osman or someone similar. We could sell Rooney and Van Persie and get Jelavic and Naismith in return. I think Moyes is on to something here.
Is it really being said that we have to sell to buy? Good old Malcolm must of misplaced that 80 million pound Ronaldo transfer fee we got, ah well could happen to anyone.
Well I've definitely misplaced my 80 mil somewhere...
No united fan will be happy if Kagawa is shipped out whilst Cleverley, Anderson, Young and Nani remain. Seeing as he's a better alternative in all of their respective positions (CM & LW) it would be foolish to ship him out full stop.

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