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16 Apr 2014 13:28:25
Lots of media rumours saying the deal for Carvalho has been agreed and that we are not far away from agreement, at £30m for Shaw. Kroos to be offered £260,000 per week, which may well turn his head. If we buy those 3 players plus a CB then it will have been a fantastic Summer. A wide man may have to wait. We will probably wave goodbye not just to Vidic but Evra, Ferdinand, Nani, Giggs, Anderson and perhaps Kagawa.

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A team does not need expensive 'world class' players for its fans to have a good season. I believe Utd need to invest in the coaching department. Look at Liverpool, besides Suarez, there is no other big name. Sterling, Coutinho etc are now making names for themselves. Everton - a very good side - (No big names). Teams like Dortmund don't pay hugh sum for players, Athletico Madrid. We need to invest in coaching staff. Bring in someone who is good technically. There should also be a succession plan at the club and avoid "hand picking" coaches as is the case wit the current one.

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Don't hold your breath - paper never refused ink. We'd all love to see players of that calibre come in but I'd wait until it happens.
Regarding Kroos - think I would prefer to have Marco Reus myself.

Rory

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100% agree Rory, we have Mata and Kagawa, but we don't have a proven quality winger. Adna will be quality but Reus would bring that proven 'x factor' which we need! He would add speed, directness and end product to our attack! Carvalho, or similar, is key to this plan, nonetheless

MANfromCHESTERunited

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16 Apr 2014 12:41:37
Toni Kroos representives have come out and said there is no offer from Manchester United and there would be no point as toni Kroos will be at bayern next season

Another one put to bed

Unitedlad

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That means diddly squat to be honest. What possible motive could the agent have for suggesting that? What does an agent want more than anything? Until the window closes (and opens for that matter) nothing is put to bed. I'd quit worrying about it for now if I were you and enjoy the rest of the season.

RedRosie

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"We have not received any official contract offer [from Manchester United], "

"There is also no need to submit an offer as Toni will be with Bayern Munich until June 2015."

Assuming this is true - it reads very much like he will be heading to United. Of course we haven't given him an OFFICIAL contract offer (this would be considered tapping up) - but to word it this way implies there have been talks and a provisional offer has been made.

The agent mentioning a specific point in time reads as a threat to BM that if they do not sell him he is prepared to run his contract down and leave for nothing in June 2015. Are BM really that stubborn to turn down £25m+ for a player who doesn't want to be there and would be leaving the league? I don't think so.

When this all started I assumed Kroos was just looking for an improved contract with BM - but the longer it goes on the more I have to wonder. I still believe he will sign a new deal over the next few months but am slowly starting to believe that a summer move to OT is, at the very least, a possibility.

redseven

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There was no realistic chance that we were going to get him anyway

Melwing28

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It's no secret Kroos' first choice is to stay at BM. If BM pay him what he wants he will stay.

Sydney!

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Did you really think there was a realistic chance? A player at one of the top European clubs with just over a year left on his contract
just using the name of Manchester United as a negotiation bargaining tool.its been done before and will be done in the future.

Cheats

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15 Apr 2014 15:44:07
A lot of rumours today claiming we have agreed a deal for William Carvalho. Can anyone please confirm whether this is true or not.

I doubt it is, but there has been a lot said about it.
Cheers

Trev the red1

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Not much help. But I really hope the rumour is true, even though its hard to believe because it's Talkrubbish breaking it.

Everytime i've seen the kid play he's impessed me. He's just the kind of athletic, rangey, powerhouse that we need in our midfield.

If the asking price is £35m. then pay it & get him signed!!

Venomous Pit Ape

Venomous Pit Ape

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Dailymail are reporting that a deal for Shaw is almost complete at 30 million. Surely if these deals are actually going to happen, united officials would say something about it to give supporters a boost at the end of this poor season.

amz_091

{Ed002's Note - The club are not going to say anything until there is some agreement on the price - which there isn't.}

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Amz_091
on the other side of the coin, if a deal is announced and the player then doesn't play well, they will say his head is elsewhere etc.
I just hope it is not for that amount.

Melwing28

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15 Apr 2014 14:36:07
Just seen a few rumours linking us with Alex Song and was wondering if there was any truth in them at all? and would you all be happy if he did sign for us?

FREDO

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Tbh fredo yes and no as a starter no as a sub yes

Paddy The Irishman

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I prey there's no truth in it, I want Manchester United back were they belong and its going to take a hell of a lot longer if there looking at players like this.

stretfordender1980

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No way - I'd prefer to hear that we were interested in Lee Catermole than Song. Would be a dreadfully average signing.

Rory

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15 Apr 2014 14:08:41
Ed002, any update on Lallana? Lots of rumors surrounding him and Shaw at the moment.

REDFAITH

{Ed002's Note - I am aware of interest from Manchester United and Spurs - I am not so sure of interest from Arsenal. Chelsea has had the player watched on a couple of occasions and I suspect Liverpool has also had the player watched.}

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I don't think many would moan if Lallana, Shaw, Carvalho & Kroos were signed. Chuck in say Garay and Arias and the holes would be filled.

Sydney!

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Thanks Ed002.

REDFAITH

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Suggest you use logic for this "rumour". Both Lallana and Shaw likely to be on 'plane to Brazil in summer so Saints would be stupid to consider any deal until after the World Cup when their value could be much increased. Similarly, the players would have the same motivation as their options would likely increase-including clubs with CL qualification.
Neither will move if no change of manager at Saints.

St Martin

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What would Lallana bring us? I don't get it. We already have Kagawa, Rooney, Mata and Januzaj who ideally like to play as inside forwards - what would the point of another be? If we need a forward it's got to be a more natural winger.

Fresh!

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15 Apr 2014 09:21:20
Ed's do we have interest in Barcelona's Pedro? Cheers

Damon86

{Ed002's Note - Barcelona do not want the sell. The only interest that I am aware of is from PSG and Manchester City right now.}

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If he ends up at City I will cry!

By far, the favourite player, and one of my favourite ever spanish players.

The Moon.

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Aren't Barcelona banned from trading for two windows?

Paulo

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15 Apr 2014 01:16:20
Ed002, you said in mid-January that our interest for the LB position was in Filipe Luis of Athletico Madrid and Yugo Nagamoto of Inter Milan. Lower down the page you have said we may go for Juan Bernat of Valencia or Alex Sandro of Porto. Are we still interested in Filipe and Nagamoto? or are we more interested in going for Bernat and Sandro?
My personal choice would be Luke Shaw mainly because he'll be the English number 1 LB for years to come, but given the fee being asked and the likelihood of us paying I can see it's unlikely.

Also, having searched for a while and finding nothing, what is our interest like in young Moussa Dembélé of Fulham?

Bennett

{Ed002's Note - MU would ideally like Shaw but would need to negotiate a lower fee for anything to happen. The have looked at all of the others and Rodrigues and Moreno.}

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14 Apr 2014 22:48:34
I think I'm speaking on behalf of nearly EVERY United fan here. Pure and simple, Kagawa MUST stay beyond the summer. He is far, far too good to let go of. Can somebody set up an account for Mr. Moyes please? I for one will be absolutely gutted if we were to let Shinji go, or use him as bait for any other Dortmund player, even Reus! Ed's, do any of you know what the future prospects are looking like for Kagawa, and can you please give us some good news regarding the issue?

MANfromCHESTERunited

{Ed002's Note - I can tell you that there is interest from Inter and that Manchester United would be willing to let him leave.}

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I wouldn't be surprised if this happened and it would be an absolute disgrace if it does.
After a few game into the season, Moyes came out and said he had never heard or seen Kagawa before, or how good he was.
Now I will admit I seen him only a few times while he was at Dortmund, but I obviously read the paper and also watched the season he played for us last year. Instantly you can tell his technique is class along with his movement, plus you don't become the German league footballer for nothing!
His best position we all know is behind the striker but of course he won't really get a look in there, he's in the same position at Mata with that one.

Melwing28

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Completey dissagree, if it meant a swap for somebody like Marco Reus I would swap him in a hearbeat.

Simmo1975

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This is another example of Fergie's poor decisions in the transfer market. Obviously he has had some phenominal successes in the transfer market but some decisions have been very poor. E.G. spending £12-15Mill on Kagawa only to buy RVP in the same summer and hence ensure Kagawa will almost never play in his best position. Also I don't think Fergie understood Kagawa and what made him a star in Germany. similar to Moyes. Kagawa shone in a system that suited him down to the ground. Klopp employed a high speed, high intensity system with super quick transitions.Kagawa is superb in transitioning from defence to attack at speed, turning with the ball and playing to multiple quick attackers on the break.
95% of the time we don't play like that so he couldn't play the same way. The slower style we have played for 2 seasons has not suited him, let alone the fact he's started most of those games on the left wing where he has less of an impact anyway.

Anyway, for Shinji's sake I hope he goes back to Dortmund. We'll be losing a superb player but he's too far down the pecking order at No.10 to keep him. It's sad we couldn't have kept him and built the attack around him more.

RedMonkey

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I'd let him go too he's had 4 or 5 ok games and 2 good ones only.

Grund

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No you aren't speaking on behalf of every Manchester United fan, i'm a big admirer of kagawa, he's technically brilliant with an eye for a pass but he hasn't done anything other than have a few good games this year, his chances have been limited by moyes but he's still had plenty of chances and for every good game he's had there's another one were he's gone completely missing threw the game and been brought off in second half. the way some fans bang on about him you would think when he has had his chances he's been unplayable, sorry but a few nice touches and passes does not warrant such high praise. if dortmund would sell us reus as long as they could have kagawa as part of the deal then its a no brainer.

stretfordender1980

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As opposed to Fellaini, Cleverley as so on having 0 OK or good games? I'm assuming you only watch the occasional game that's on TV as to even suggest that a good option for the club is to let him go.

For me, if given a run, he will be as influential, if not more, than Juan Mata! The guy won Player of the year in Germany 2 years running before we signed him, in the same league as Reus, Gundogan, Gotze, Muller, Ribery (3rd in Ballon D'or), Robben, Kroos and so on. To sell him would be scandalous!

If this news on Carvalho is true, and we were to invest in a Kroos, Reus or any other quality midfield/forward, we also need to keep our other quality players who would compliment those kind of additions so well! Shinji certainly is one of them! But then again, we could sell him and revert back to 4-4-2 and keep going backwards. I'm sorry, but selling Shinji is plain wrong!

MANfromCHESTERunited

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Well you assume wrong, as I stated i'm a big fan of kagawa and i'd rather keep him but if we could get reus coming this way then its a no brainer, you can't keep reverting back to his dortmund form, do you think jose thinks torres is going to rekindle the kinda form which saw him finish 3rd in the ballon d'or in 2008, I highly doubt it. its all well and good hero worshipping a good player but he's got to start delivering and living up to his reputation at some point.

stretfordender1980

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It's also worth considering that if we were to go for and get Klopp as new manager (whatever you may think of him) he my well want to keep hold of Kagawa as he seemed to know how to get the best out of him while he was at Dortmund.

nikh99

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I would not be against us using kagawa as part of a trade but I would be against us just selling him as there is at least 10 players who should be shipped out before kagawa

red79

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Your not speaking for me i'd pay his flight home

stevox

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13 Apr 2014 22:42:31
Can any Eds shed light on any possible movements for Juan Cuadrado from Fiorentina? I've not seen much of him, but he looks quick and direct, and I did read a rumour a while back? Thanks

MANfromCHESTERunited

{Ed002's Note - Juan Guillermo Cuadrado has been subject to the interest of Arsenal and Udinese.}

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Just looks like another Nani to me and at 25 I think he is coming into his prime which isn't that brilliant.

Fresh!

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13 Apr 2014 10:13:46
Nani involved in swap deal for Cavani?
Clearly to get rid of one world class duffer and recruit a star centre forward would be v positive. That said the £50m or so to secure the Uruguayan surely needs spending on some midfielders, a LB, CB and pacey winger first!

Halesini

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Yes we'd be getting a good striker but;

1) We already have 2.
2) We need to improve other areas as a matter of priority.
3) His arrival would surely mean Rooney dropping back to the 10 position which I don't think he is technically good enough for.
4) That would in turn force Mata out wide which would be criminal after his recent performances in the middle.
5) If reports are to be believed we are after Reus or someone for that wide position so with Rooney in the middle and Mata out wide, it would hold back Januzaj who needs games to better himself.

Long story short I think the arrival of Cavani, or any 1st team striker, would create more problems unless Rooney was sold (which isn't going to happen)

TK-Red

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Well after watching him against Chelsea over two legs in the champions league, he did nothing in my eyes to warrant 50+million pound.maybe were he his asked to play by Lauren blanc of course may not show his true attacking prowess, but I don't think he is any better that what we already have?By that I mean Rooney and van persie, not Welbeck ie. the ice skating giraffe.

Rock the red

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I don't see any sense in this deal, if it were to be true even in the first place.
I don't think Cavani is even worth £50m, talkless plus player!

Habu

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Cavani has been used on the left hand side by Blanc. he obviously isn't going to be as affective as what he can be when he plays up front.

Melwing28

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13 Apr 2014 10:00:40
Not a rumour, more of a question. Moyes says targets won't be swayed by no CL football do you think that will be the case Ed's? My thoughts are Utd will struggle to get the calibre of player needed to improve the squad.

The_Thief

{Ed025's Note - all top payers want CL football thief, i think moyes was being very naive if he thinks otherwise mate..

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The best players want to play on the best stage. But money talks too. So yes we will attract players without CL if offering mega bucks wages a la Rooney but the issue is if City for example are offering Mangala etc £200k a week, with CL and a better chance of winning stuff why take the risk on an unproven manager building a team in transition if all you're guaranteed is another £50k pw?

My fear is the players we want will go elsewhere irrespective of what we offer.

There will be exceptions. If it's clear a player is being brought in as a first team regular such as Shaw at LB then the player should hopefully value that more than being a squad player in a CL team. Hopefully.

Halesini

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He is though!

Eric is god

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Moyes said players will know it's just a temporary thing. That they will be playing UCL football soon enough.

He never said players didn't want to play in the UCL.

Sydney!

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I actually think that they will come even if we don't make the champions league. We will definitely expect top 4 minimum next season with the names being mentioned and there are no international tournaments that they would need to fight for a place in the squad for.

amz_091

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Ed025

That statement is far from correct' Have look at Monaco, Psg before they got in and City and who joined these teams when they had no cl place.

God Created United

{Ed025's Note - if your willing to pay stupid amounts of money GCU, then yes, mercenaries will come, top quality driven players will want CL mate..

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12 Apr 2014 19:50:06
I'm sure Fabianki is committing illegal saves here. He's a metre or two off the line before the kick has been taken.

Sydney!

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Agree, looked like the referee had a word with him about it, although if he did, why not sanction him!

Karl Marx

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I noticed it on the 2nd Wigan pen. Did anything get mentioned after the game about it?

Sydney!

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12 Apr 2014 15:36:25
United talk to van Gaal, true or paper nonsense?

Fresh!

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They more than likely are "please mr Van Gaal don't break RVP in the summer".

lolface

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12 Apr 2014 14:31:34
Nick Ioannou could be released soon, Sutherland has been released.

Sydney!

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I thought he was a decent enough talent syd!?

Caolan_2

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So did I mate, apparently MU will not offer him a new deal.

Sydney!

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You know of any other young players leaving Syd?

Caolan_2

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Ben Barber too.

prodigal7

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11 Apr 2014 12:41:48
Afternoon Ed, El Shaarawy is another making his return from injury at the moment after missing most of the season for Milan. I believe City were interested in him last summer but that fell apart. Do you know if United have an interest in him for this summer? Thanks in advance.

elbow55

{Ed002's Note - None.}

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10 Apr 2014 18:16:24
Ed is it true that Gundogans career could be over due to this injury?

JK92

{Ed002's Note - They are targeting the start of next season and they will not be risking the player at all before then.}

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09 Apr 2014 19:47:34
Bayern s formation is 4-0-5-1

loko

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I'd go as far to say that it's a 2-6-1.

Fresh!

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Fresh, where is your 10th outfield player? I see where you are coming from, but just curious as to where you would put him.

redpedro1972

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09 Apr 2014 02:53:26
What happened to Varela. haven't heard anything about him for some time. We keep hearing about janko though, who also plays in the same position. Thanks

Cicero

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Varela was given a couple of months to go back to Uruguay where his parents have been involved in a serious car accident.

He came back a couple of months ago and has been ever present in the U21 lineups at rb, along with Janko who has been playing as a winger.

Mick1

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Personally next season I hope Rafael remains our right back with one of Janko or Vareka deputising him.

Fresh!

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Varela isn't physically ready for the Prem, Janko on the other hand could do quite well.

Ozwald

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08 Apr 2014 23:04:52
a few years ago utd where rumoured to be interested in juan ituribe! is there still an interest?

murph14

{Ed002's Note - Porto will not be keen to sell Iturbe in summer for anything other than a high price and then the most likely destination is Italy with serious interest from Roma, Napoli and Fiorentina. Inter have previously enquired about buying part of his ownership rights and other clubs may also be interested in doing the same. Real Madrid and Chelsea are keeping a watching brief. Verona has an option to buy the player as well but I doubt that will happen.}

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08 Apr 2014 10:51:37
If any of the eds could let us kno of these rumours of utd looking to sign juan cuadrado are true would be much appreciated. And if so does this almost certainly spell the end for valencia?

Domi B

{Ed002's Note - Juan Guillermo Cuadrado has been subject to the interest of Arsenal and Udinese.}

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Can't see the need for us to go after Cuadrado, would be a pointless buy imo. Would be a even worse decision to let Valencia go, covers all areas on the right hand side of the pitch and plays his heart out when he's on the pitch, perfect professional

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Agree with you bennet regarding valencia' work rate and the fact he's able to cover at right back when needed. After reading the rumour regarding us looking at cuadrado it seems he's quite similar in that respect. Hence why I assumed if the report was true it wouldn't leave us with a need for valencia.

Domi B

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And thanks for the info ed002!
Much appreciated

Domi B

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07 Apr 2014 13:12:00
Rumours on a couple of Fanzine's that we have agreed a £27 million deal for Luke Shaw. Don't know how accurate this is but the press seem to think that we are confident of signing him and these Fanzine's tend to be fairly accurate.

Fresh!

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I truly hope that the price being quoted around is not true!
that is a crazy amount to be paying.
it worries me that we just seem to be throwing money around and willing to offer silly wages to people just so they stay or sign.

Melwing28

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No doubt its a lot of money for an 18year old, however he has shown and continues to show that he has every chance of been one of if not the best left backs in Europe in the next couple of years. We could easily go through 27 million over the next 3-4 years buying other options that end up not cutting it or we could just take the plunge now and likely fill a position for the next 10-12 years.

chippy1985

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Agreed Chippy.

elbow55

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Some said £29million was a lot to pay for young Rio Ferdinand when we signed him. You want class, you have to pay for it.

TK-Red

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TK-Red
Bit of a difference with that as the players were at different levels.
Rio had captained and played a vital role for West Ham before moving to Leeds. He then grew in stature there and became captain a few times. He was constantly at the high level.
I think Shaw is a good player don't get me wrong but with that sort of price, there's a class difference with the past players we have purchased for that amount. Rio, Berba, Veron, Mata.

Melwing28

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As long as we get the right players I don't think we should worry about the fee. The club will spend that if they can afford it - he is going to be in the top 3 left backs in the world before long.

Fresh!

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We could get 20 years service from him. For £1.35 mill a year plus wages that sounds like good value.

Andrew B

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Luke Shaw will be off to Chelsea, London boy, Ex Chelsea schoolboy, Chelsea fan and his family are Chelsea season ticket holders, sorry to burst you bubble!

The_Thief

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07 Apr 2014 12:47:17
Following the Carvalho rumours and the cryptic google situation (type in 'man utd squad' into Google and scroll through if you aren't aware), fresh rumours are again circulating about an imminent deal for Luke Shaw in the region of £27m. Courtesy of a couple of creditable sources online. Can any Eds shed anymore light on either situation?

MANfromCHESTERunited

{Ed002's Note - Try the search engine - I have explained the situation on both.}

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07 Apr 2014 12:29:37
ED, who do YOU think we will sign in the summer? Obviously it is hard to state factual or definitive signings but i'd like to hear your thoughts.

Joefletch

{Ed002's Note - It is no secret that Inter want Kagawa, that Evra will be leaving, that Ferdinand's time may be up, that Vidic will leave and that Spurs, Roma and Valencia will be interested in Hernandez if he becomes available. Rafael may well also leave with the club looking at Santiago Arias and Seamus Coleman. Mangala and either Ginter or Hinteregger would be the ideal centre backs. Carvalho remains a midfield target although the club would ideally like Vidal. Gundogan, if available, might be seen as too much of a risk. There is interest in Kroos but Bayern Munich would like a new deal. Shaw is of interest but the price being asked might well make the club to look at other options such as Valencia's Bernat and Alex Sandro, but there is interest from elsewhere in Sandro.}

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Thanks ed. Always very interesting to read your little snippets!

Fresh!

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Thanks for a great response ED. Much appreciated!

Joefletch

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Is Luke Shaw that good?
Also, to people that is in favour of Lucas(PSG) comingo to Old Trafford: I'm agaisnt it. In Brazil he used to play almost like Rooney: receives the ball deep and runs, but while Rooney has a tendency to go to the left, Lucas is used to run to the left, but basically he plays the majority of his time in the AMC position, just like Kagawa, Mata and Rooney.
In fact, the boy will not go to the World Cup because every coach seems him as an AML, while, in fact, he's an AMC with tendecy to play around the box. So, when tested by Felipão and by Laurent Blanc, he did not play well when put in the wings.

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Hi ed002,

Can you give some hint on what price is being asked for shaw. is it much more than the 25-27 mio mentioned in rumours. Thanks

Cicero

{Ed002's Note - It was quite a bit more than that being asked in January.}

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Thanks ed002.

Cicero

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04 Apr 2014 20:59:01
ED is there any chance of Ricardo Rodriguez moving this summer?

Also who do you think is most likely to be our LB signing?

MUMBAI_BOY

{Ed002's Note - There is a chance he will move. I can't answer "most likely" questions easily.}

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04 Apr 2014 16:15:13
Hi Ed, has there been any interest in lucas moura, and if not do you think there would be if he was made available? he seems such an amazing player, similar to valencia but more dirc wt and not 1 dimensional. I think we need someone direct, as chelsea have hazard, arsenal walcott and city navas. he'd be my pick for a winger if we can't get reus and at only 21 with low wages, he could be a bargain

TRUMOURS

{Ed002's Note - Not from Manchester United.}

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By direct i'm assuming you mean running at full backs etc into the box? If so then may I remind you of a young fella called Adnan Januzaj!

Ozwald

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I know we have adnan but bringing in moura ASWELL would be frightening! we need to be interested!

s_f4

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Difference being though, lucas has pace and so would be great for counter attacks. there was a rum he did against marseille showing his blistering pace check it out on youtube

TRUMOURS

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02 Apr 2014 18:02:35
If any of the EDs are around. I was wondering with the Barca transfer ban does that change anything for the players UTD are looking at?

kennedy

{Ed002's Note - no.}

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I wonder if it will encourage anyone to leave though?

Fresh!

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They will appeal and get around it imo

Pardoe

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I would discourage them from selling anyone though because they won't be able to buy replacements

browred

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Whilst the appeal process is underway, I think they are allowed to sign players. So if they can drag it out into the transfer window, they can get their targets wrapped up.

Sydney!

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If they are banned it could help us in signing Gundogan.

Fresh!

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Most likely get turned around as they love Barca

Melwing28

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Perhaps we could get our hands on rafinha!? thiago's bro?

s_f4

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Thanks ED

kennedy

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02 Apr 2014 02:15:30
Hi Ed's i'm pretty new to posting but have followed this page for some time now, early on in the year we was linked with the Brazilian Everton Ribeiro, I wondered if he would still be an option in the summer and if it would be likely, could you please shed some light on this.

Utterz

{Ed002's Note - Right now I would say he is not the most likely player to join, although interest may well be there in the summer.}

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01 Apr 2014 22:16:08
Edd just wondering has our interest in koke ended or is he still someone we are looking at? And any idea who will be let leave in the summer?
cheers
noa

Noa

{Ed002's Note - Interest wise I would think it would still be there if he were available - and that might be the issue.}

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01 Apr 2014 17:20:05
Hi Ed002, have we shown any interest in Inigo Martinez or is it just rubbish talk.

wiggy677

{Ed002's Note - If Real Sociedad decide to sell Martinez he will be expensive. Manchester City, Roma, Zenit, Arsenal, Barcelona, Chelsea and Real Madrid have shown some level of interest in him in the past year and interest still remains from both Manchester City and Real Madrid.}

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01 Apr 2014 11:45:21
Ed, do you expect there will be any summer bidding for David Alaba?

Fresh!

{Ed002's Note - I don't think so.}

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