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Fergie, Listen To Rossi!

Fergie, Listen To Rossi!

Giuseppe Rossi has no desire at all to join any club on loan as he wants to play at United next season.

The young Italian striker enjoyed a successful loan spell at Parma and amid the increasing doubts about the future of Louis Saha and Alan Smith, he could gain a place in the first team.

However, it's been suggested that Porto and Juventus were keen on Rossi and that he could be sent out again to get some more experience. It won't be due to the players' wish if happens though.


'It is all a bit confusing at the moment,' said Rossi.

'All I will say is that my main goal is still what it always has been - to cut it with Manchester United.'

'Joining Juventus is just talk. I've read about it once or twice but it's not on my mind.'

Well, Fergie, what are you waiting for? The fans want him back so bent to the wishes of the public opinion and grant Rossi his desire!



Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Zae
Date:Sunday June 17 2007
Time: 3:45PM

Comments

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this kid is not worth 2million fergie should sell him to smapdoria cause this kid got no potential
Babeasta
17/06/2007 16:02:00
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he deffinately deserves a chance with us i would at least hold of loaning him out until january.
rooneyisgod
17/06/2007 16:03:00
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We definately need another forward for next season if we want to win the battle on all fronts. I just dont know if Rossi is the one. Its a gamble if we are going to take him back to OT instead of buying someone else. It maybe that he makes the grade and sometimes you've got to give people a chance. But personally i'd like to see the hunckback of notre ham (just made that up) in our colours for the new campaign. Just imagine Rooney and Tevez chasing down balls.
iamshen
17/06/2007 16:18:00
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fergie give him a chance. I know he will take it
mattweeden
17/06/2007 16:31:00
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Tevez is not the type of player we need and for that amount of money we might aswell bid on berbatov
rooneyisgod
17/06/2007 20:48:00
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iamshen: it's not sure that Rossi will make it here. But what can we lose by giving him the chance? He's made it clear that he'd be glad to accept any role at Old Trafford. Therefore, we could easily use him as a squad player and he could prove himself - or prove that he's not good enough.
midlothian99
17/06/2007 23:12:00
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