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Nani Passed His Medical

Nani is expected to sign for United in the very near future after he's completed his medical today.

The Reds have agreed a deal with Sporting for the 20-year-old Portuguese international last week. The young winger then played for his national team on Saturday, scoring a fine goal against Belgium but Portugal does not play today and it enabled him to visit Old Trafford.

He's passed his medical then he was given a tour at the stadium. A few days ago he'd already expressed his delight at the prospect of moving to the Reds. He will now soon sign his contract and then possibly play for Portugal in the Under-21 European Championship.

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Writer: Zae Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday June 6 2007

Time: 3:47PM

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Great, I still feared something similar to Ruud's case (you know, when we had first signed him in 2000) could happen. Fortunately, no problems occurred it seems.
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06/06/2007 15:51:00

brilliant i will be very happy when everything is confirmed and finalised with our 3 signings.
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06/06/2007 21:08:00

I will be relieved that nothing's gone wrong!
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06/06/2007 21:13:00

Nani is going to be a cracking signing for you lot, but not immediatly, itll take a couple of years to see the best of him!
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07/06/2007 05:57:00

Good to see it went ok
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07/06/2007 12:55:00

It's funny, i am gutted that Man U got him over Spurs but i also remember Zae saying that he would prefer not to get him. Now he is "relieved that nothing's gone wrong!"
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07/06/2007 23:59:00

Yes, I would have preferred not to get him as I feared (and still do) that in the short term he would have a bad effect on Ronaldo who seemed to learn how to play for a team and I'm afraid he might forget it with one of his compatriots arriving. But still, now that his signing had been announced, it does not make sense to sulk about it, claiming it will be a disaster. I'm trying to be an optimist. And there's another angle to it: it's a 20-year-old guy and this move is a dream come true for him. Would be devastating for him if it did not happen due to medical problems. I'm an optimist now and hope hat he'll prove himself worthy.
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