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03 Oct 2020 13:53:35
Hi Ed’s, with the window coming to an end soon I’d just like to thank you all for putting up with constant questions and appreciate all your info. With that said what is the current situation with regards to Telles to united and any other targets we’re pursuing?


{Ed002's Note - Manchester United want to sign Telles - there is no "situation". Manchester United also want to sign a winger and have a list of options available.}

1.) 03 Oct 2020 15:25:34
Yes thanks Ed002 and all the others, the info on this site is second to none 👌.

{Ed002's Note - Thanks - I should say "forward" rather than winger.}

2.) 03 Oct 2020 18:14:31
Ed do you mind if I ask if Cavani and/ or Jovic are amongst the forwards we are looking at? Cavani rumours have emerged in the media today.

{Ed002's Note - Cavani has been offered to four English sides including Manchester United.}

3.) 03 Oct 2020 18:21:30
Thanks for the swift response Ed. Enjoy the rest of your weekend.

{Ed002's Note - And you.}

4.) 03 Oct 2020 18:34:19
Apparently Cavani travelling to Manchester tomorrow to complete medical for 2 year deal.

5.) 03 Oct 2020 18:34:31

Wouldn't Jovi be a better option instead of Cavani? Surely he would be a lot cheaper.

{Ed002's Note - But there is no interest in him from MU.}

6.) 03 Oct 2020 19:28:23
Thanks ED002.



02 Jun 2020 11:51:45
Hello Ed’s! Just a quick question if you have the time. Do united still hold an interest in Werner? Have a good day and thanks in advance!


{Ed002's Note - Timo Werner (S) RBL know of the interest of Chelsea who consider TW as a suitable replacement for Giroud - but they have other options. Manchester United, Bayern Munich and Atletico Madrid remain keen - but this could change quickly depending on other targets clubs have - equally if other clubs were not able to sign their targets, interest in TW might increase. Atletico signing Cavani would likely kill off their interest and they have financial issues. There is clearly interest from Klopp, but would Timo Werner be interested in a move to sit on the bench at Liverpool most of the time? If the answer is yes, or if Firmino is leaving then it makes sense and that may well be how it turns out. Many of the fans expect Klopp to numerous players without anyone leaving and then completely change tactics and rotate them - it makes zero sense and the club has to meet Home Grown quotas as well. Last summer there was an approach from PSG who wanted Werner as a Cavani replacement - in the end Cavani stayed and they took Icardi on loan. PSG were concerned about being shunned by Icardi and have looked again at TW but have not declared any interest - now they have signed Icardi but might move him on quickly - but I would discount them. Mr Mourinho is keen for Spurs to take him but there are concerns about the cost. The interest of Dortmund has gone with the signing of Haarland - but could return in the summer if Real Madrid could prise Haaland away. Bayern Munich were never going to do business in January and played down all transfer talk but there is no doubt that Robert Lewandowski, who will be 32 at the start of next season, is going to need replacing in the next 18 months - and the plan had always been that it would be Timo Werner - they could yet look to do something or perhaps suggest he waits another year at RBL who have offered a new contract. The player has always said he wants to play for Manchester United one day but a move last summer was not possible and then Werner said he wanted to play for Bayern Munich over all others. There was a third party trying to negotiate for a BM move last summer but they were a long way apart on price and RBL looked to extend. As BM were expected to need Werner this coming summer, a release clause was agreed with his new contract that would make him available at a low fee so RBL would keep him another year and then he could move to Bayern Munich this summer. Now after a potential illegal approach he clearly wants to join Liverpool regardless of game time - the riot act has been read to him over public statements and his club is very unhappy at Liverpool, but accept that he is going to go this summer.

There was a meeting between RBL and Inter Milan in London in mid February when Inter were in town to discuss transfers with Chelsea. Inter enquired after the availability of TW but were told by RBL that they were resigned to losing Werner as the player had his head turned by Liverpool – although Liverpool had yet to approach RBL at all.

RBL may look to keeping the player for a further year if Bayern Munich are not prepared to utilise the release clause just yet. Or perhaps Liverpool will do the honest thing and approach RBL with a very good offer to tempt them to sell - or maybe they will make a €35M offer and see what happens? Unlikely for Chelsea.}

1.) 02 Jun 2020 20:24:03
I must admit that all I know about Werner is he can stick the ball on the net in Germany, is quite young and loads of teams want him. Having watched Greenwood, would we not be better sticking with Ighalo and Martial until he is ready to lead the line every week.

2.) 03 Jun 2020 08:17:02
werner has already shown he is better than martial. has pace and can finish, would he go into the team? straight away

we need strength in all positions and for 49 million is a bargain.

greenwood is only 18, he is going to have patches of bad form, martial is inconsistent, wouldn't be the worse thing having a front 3 that can interchange.

3.) 03 Jun 2020 09:30:49
Greenwood turns 19 in October. He has shown he is more than capable of being a first team member, he has scored more goals in his debut season than Ronaldo (5 goals in 31 appearances for Sporting), Rooney (8 goals in 37 appearances for Everton) and Messi (8 goals in 25 appearances for Barcelona) .

Greenwood has 12 goals in 37 appearances (although many of those are as a sub, he has played around 1450 minutes which equates to around 16 full games) .

Now I'm not saying he will be as good as those players, there is a long way to go in his career. Yet all of those players were first team regulars in the following season, while Greenwood has shown he can have a bigger impact in his debut season. So I think he is ready to play more regularly next season.

That is why with Ighalo signing I don't think we need another striker who'll only block his path and his development.

4.) 023 Jun 2020 10:17:40
For a long time now it's been rumoured Werner had been talking to Liverpool informally. I think he is much more likely to end up there than at Utd. And I would not get excited about Saul coming to us either. I think he will stay with Athletic but if he goes anywhere I could see him signing for Pep and being a brilliant signing.

5.) 03 Jun 2020 19:42:32
Greenwood is the next top tier player 💯.

6.) 04 Jun 2020 18:43:13
Has Liverpool been reported for this?
Didn’t they not look good during their signing of Van Dijk either?
Thanks Ed!

7.) 06 Jun 2020 12:31:05
Can’t argue with the logic at all of extending Ighalo (who has been ace since he joined) to allow Martial to develop as a CF even more and allow Greenwood more minutes. It’s an exciting front line. If we can add Sancho?! Wow.



23 Sep 2019 07:55:20
Hey Eds,

Is it too soon to ask about January targets?


{Ed002's Note - Clubs do not look to do business in Jaunary - clubs don't wish to sell and be disrupted. However they could look to resolving the RW situation and potentially look to replace Matic (if the can sell him).

Eric Dier (DM) bereft of any ideas Manchester United have returned to another Mourinho target and made an enquiry to a third party about whether or not he would be open to a move as a replacement for NM
Hakon Evjen (RW/AM) signed for AZ after rejecting Manchester City - Manchester Uniter were planning on a January offer. Scratch him.
Isaac Lihadji (RW) kiddie from Marseille who is attracting interest of several leading sides - will not be interested in joining MU. Scratch him.

1.) 23 Sep 2019 15:11:27
oh dear.

2.) 23 Sep 2019 15:43:14
Do we not have any scouting team? Dier can't get into the Tottenham team ahead of Moussa sissoko.

3.) 23 Sep 2019 18:38:45
I’m weeping inside.

4.) 23 Sep 2019 20:03:10
dier would rather keep matic they are both as bad as each other.

5.) 23 Sep 2019 21:03:11
That would be a Dier signing.

6.) 24 Sep 2019 12:13:38
I would not worry about January signings.
I would be more concerned about who our manager will be in the new year.
Woody has his firing pistol at the ready, just waiting for the moment to pull the trigger.
If Ole continues as he his, it won't be long.
Results speak for themselves I'm afraid.

7.) 24 Sep 2019 14:09:51
Prioritise a proven Right sided forward who can add goals, then a CM, then a ST, then another CM.

Some options that have been mentioned.

RW: Sancho, Willian, Richarlison, Bale, Chiesa
CM: Rice, SMS, Longstaff, Ndidi, Maddison, Bruno Fernandes, Tonali, Havertz, Eriksen
ST: Haaland, Mandzukic, Zlatan, Dybala

There are no guarantees when signing new players, and I imagine our next 4 signings will be at least £50m each. Perhaps we need to move away from such expensive players.
Dan James looks to be having a good impact and he didn't break the bank.

When you look at players Liverpool signed a few years ago (before they became CL winners again, and after Brenda nearly won the league) you notice Matip and Milner on free transfers, Klavan £4m, Gomez £5m, Karius £5m, Wijnaldum and Robertson £35m and £8m from relegated teams. Even the expensive signings weren't seen as world class at the time (e. g. Firminho, Salah, Mane, Ox, all less than £40m I think)

I know they aren't all key starters for them, but they have all played a role in the evolution of the team. I guess all I'm saying is not every signing needs to be a player who walks straight into our starting XI for £80m.

It would be good if we could identify players that weren't 'obvious', like we used to with Park, Vidic, van der Sar, Chicarito, Nani, Valencia, Smalling (a few examples) . Makes you think there is some thought gone into it, rather than just reacting on impulse and trying to buy the players everyone else wants.

8.) 24 Sep 2019 21:16:19
Oh Dear, Dier.



23 Oct 2015 08:31:26
Could any Eds shed light on Ballagues comments this morning regarding messi having been contacted by 2 BPL teams? !


{Ed002's Note - It would not be an FFP issue in any one year for a number of clubs but it would be an issue for any club looking to do any other business over forthcoming years. And the amounts of money involved are well beyond significant. As I have explained before, although Barcelona have not been hawking Messi around, my expectation remains that Messi will be available and Barcelona will start looking to rebuild around Neymar from January 2016 when they can start bring players in again. And I expect that Barcelona will make Messi available from next summer - regardless of who the manager is at that time. Whether or not there would be any takers is another matter, and Barcelona are well aware of that and are looking at the same of others to raise funds. A number of questions were asked of representatives of UEFA in December 2014 regarding the transfer of the financially very high-end players and the impact on FFP. It is clear that exceptions would need to be put in place as the alternative could be lawsuits from players regarding restrictions on trade. In the past Messi has turned down a transfer to one side who had agreed to meet Barcelona's then €250M price tag, and Barcelona and a commercial partner resisted an approach by a commercial organisation on behalf of an English side with an offer to buy, or at least part fund, the player. I am aware that in Spain there has been speculation about an offer being made during the summer 2014 transfer window, but it is "largely" incorrect. This all started in 2012 when in mid December Anzhi made an offer to Barcelona that matched the €250M euro release clause that existed in his contract, and put up what I am told was a "very" significant personal package. However, Messi was not interested in a move to Russia and Barcelona did not want to sell - so Messi, in early February 2013, extended his contract with Barcelona. In the early summer of 2013 efforts were being made by Adidas to broker a deal that would get Messi away from Nike and to one of their three high-profile clubs. Very quickly Real Madrid were ruled out and with Pep Guardiola moving to Bayern Munich that pretty much saw the end of any chance of a move there (given the strained relationship) at the time. This left Chelsea and I can confirm that discussions were held about making a firm bid - at this point we are in late 2013 and early 2014 and Messi was in a verbal spat with Barcelona about getting a further extension - which the club were against. Ultimately, the player was (at least in his eyes) available during the Spring of 2014 and at that point Chelsea and Adidas made his management representatives and Barcelona aware of what they would be willing to do to make a transfer happen. Since then he has again extended his contract with Barcelona. I understand that again they see three possible destinations for the player but I am not going to get involved in any further speculation at this time. The situation will be if the right money were offered then Barcelona would be open to selling - and if the package were good enough, the player would consider any offers. The difficulties include his tax issues and the vast amounts of money involved.}

1.) 23 Oct 2015 13:39:18
Messi next summer then or Ronaldo!

But seriously, it could be a very interesting year or two with the two worlds best players potentially leaving their clubs and moving on - will be a fascinating development regardless of who is involved. I guarantee that we would make an effort for either though.

2.) 23 Oct 2015 16:03:12
Thanks Ed, quite interesting.

3.) 23 Oct 2015 16:24:50
I beleive a football finance guy actually reported to the bbc a while back that only us and Madrid have the resources to purchase Messi.

4.) 24 Oct 2015 11:53:56
Thanks for the response! Very interesting reading!

{Ed002's Note - No problem. As for the previous post, the "football finance guy" was wrong if that is what was told to the BBC.}

5.) 24 Oct 2015 13:20:18
Would be a waste of money.

6.) 24 Oct 2015 19:23:49
Can't see either moving. Maybe in the summer of 2017 but not if they keep going at the rate they are going. Neither seems to show any decline and by all accounts unaffordable as most teams would need to sell half their players thereafter and prune wages as ed002 puts it.

7.) 24 Oct 2015 20:12:12
That's why it would be a waste of money. We have other issues.

8.) 24 Oct 2015 23:13:01
Messi wouldn't have the toughness of character for the premier league.

My guess would be PSG in Ligue 1.

9.) 25 Oct 2015 01:08:04
I'm sorry but this is just crazy talk. Messi is a great player and would be a great player in any league. Do you not think he has been targeted and kicked /double man marked in the Spanish league? I've seen games in the last where he has has 3 players constantly tracking him.

He would be the most fouled player in the league but he would still be amazing.

{Ed007's Note - And he'd still be a cheat!}

10.) 25 Oct 2015 07:40:50

100% agree and absurd to think he would not light up the Pl like he does the spanish league or any other league. For me the best in the world in any league but we will never see him at United.

11.) 25 Oct 2015 08:36:31
Ed you said that "Adidas wanted to get Messi away from Nike" do you mean in terms of the fact the Barcelona strip has a Nike logo because as far as I am aware he signed up with Adidas in 2006 as I remember a high profile law suit by Nike against Adidas at the time?

Also to anyone who says he will be a waste of money or wouldn't be a hit the PL get your head your ***. He is the best of the best and even better than what was previously known as the best, infact he is the definition of the best and the Oxford dictionary should be looking to add the word Messi as a new synonym for the word best.

{Ed002's Note - Yes, they wanted to get him away from a club sponsored by Nike to one of the three high profile clubs they sponsored.}

12.) 25 Oct 2015 13:50:49
Maze stop being a fud. I agree he's a top player but we have other priorities.

Can we afford to pay 180 million plus all the hidden transfer costs plus 500000 a week in wages for 1 player?

At a time when we need to ease Rooney out and think about a long term replacement given martial and Wilson are both teenagers. We need a right winger. We need a long term replacement for Carrick and Schweinsteiger. We could do with a utility fullback who could cover Shaw and Darmian rather than using young and Valencia. Given the question marks over rojo and jones and that blind is a fill in we need a centre back.

I think that's a better use of money than playing fantasy football.



28 Jul 2015 15:50:10
Do any of the eds know if we have shown any interest in benzema, i would much prefer him to lewandowski et al.


{Ed004's Note - he will most likely be staying at Madrid this season}




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20 Apr 2021 20:33:40
Could this huge embarrassment make the Glazers want to sell? I can only hope so, however i think they’ll just pick another banker to front the club for them and keep taking the cash.


1.) 20 Apr 2021 20:40:21
Conor McGregor wants to buy the club apparently :)

2.) 20 Apr 2021 20:46:39
I suspect Woodward is being made the fall guy for this.

3.) 20 Apr 2021 20:52:20
Truereddevil. Conor needs to buy himself some defence before looking at ours.

4.) 20 Apr 2021 20:53:03
They already want to sell I think. But its bot easy.

5.) 20 Apr 2021 20:53:26
There was a Glazier name stamped all over this.



09 Dec 2020 09:05:01
Moving forward who do the Eds think woukd be the best replacment for Ole should the club decide to put an adequate coach in place?


{Ed004's Note - I think if he is sacked, which is unlikely before the summer, we will move for Poch. Ideally we would bring in either Rose or Nagelsmann}

1.) 09 Dec 2020 13:04:10
ED0O4 who is Rose?

{Ed001's Note - Marco Rose, up and coming German manager and a good shout. If I was looking for a manager and Nagelsmann is out of reach, he would be the next choice.}

2.) 09 Dec 2020 13:10:24
Jesse from Salzburg is still impressing also.

{Ed001's Note - the problem with Jesse Marsch is that he has walked into a club that is set up around a system. Everything is in place for him and all he has to do is coach the players to play the tactical system that was already there from top to bottom. He has not built anything himself, so it would be a huge leap from where he is to Man Utd.}

3.) 09 Dec 2020 13:11:52
I agree, Nargelsmann would be my first choice, with Marco Rose a close second. However, I'd go one step further and bring in Ralf Rangnick as DoF and Paul Mitchell as head of recruitment.

4.) 09 Dec 2020 13:20:49
Ah thanks ED001, I had never heard of him. Really Utd need to get a DOF and manager in that can work together, as without that due to the current set up, the next manager would cobtinue to struggle.

5.) 09 Dec 2020 13:26:40
Hi Ed001,
Would Allegri be a good option considering he is out of job currently?

Atleast he would bring defensive organization which this squad lacks badly.

{Ed001's Note - yeah he would do that but I think it would just be another Mourinho situation with football the fans don't enjoy.}

6.) 09 Dec 2020 13:42:56
What's the fun in bringing nagelsmann or rose. I would scout more ex-United players to manage us.
Incey, Giggsy, GaryNeville, Scholesly, Brucie.
Maybe Rio.
The ones that are happy to do what woody wants.

7.) 09 Dec 2020 14:02:25
Just watch us hire Southgate. I wouldn’t be shocked 🤦‍♂️.

8.) 09 Dec 2020 15:17:08
Rohan’s. I’d never consider Gnev, Rio or Scholesy for a management position, but I am a little surprised that they’ve not been offered some kind of coaching / mentoring position within the club. There’s a lot that they could teach our current squad; basic defending, for a start.



05 Oct 2020 22:24:36
Anyone who ever got upset that Ed02 referred to our club as the amateurs well and truly owe him an apology! This window has been an absolute shambles!




24 Sep 2020 14:35:01
Ed002, do you see a time when the Glazers may look to sell united? I remember a few years back you mentioned they may looo to sell. Additionally has anybody actually shown any interest/ approaches to doing so. Thanks very much for all your info during silly season, much appreciated.


{Ed002's Note - They will sell at some point but it may well be through floatation or in to institutional ownership.}

1.) 24 Sep 2020 15:50:36
Thanks Ed, what is the difference between flotation of stock and instituionall? Is the latter a corporation owning a majority stake and flotation more of a public owning?

{Ed002's Note - Institutional ownership would see ownership/control held by large financial organisations or other funds. If floated on the stock exchange a certain percentage would be public and typically the rest would be sold to investment companies.}

2.) 24 Sep 2020 17:17:15
Ed002 are either of the above a common model in other countries or sports?

{Ed002's Note - No, but the value of the larger clubs is such that individual buyers do not have the funds to make huge purchases. Liverpool, for example, is owned by an investment group. }



26 Jun 2019 09:06:16
With the increasing fan protest against the the Glazers, do any of the Eds have any insight regarding the sale of the club or interested parties?


{Ed002's Note - No - if the Toxics get their way I personally hope that the club moves in to institutional ownership and the supporters will really get what they deserve. Untill then the Toxics will continue to attempt to destroy the club and the decent fans will suffer.}

1.) 26 Jun 2019 09:32:54
Ed do you agree though that the club has been run as their own piggy bank the last 10 years?
City have had a billion pumped in. We have had a billion paid out in dividends, directors fees etc in the same time span. City got Txiki in to sort the recruitment which paved the way for Pep. We got Ed and David Moyes.
End of the day the Glazers own the club and can do what they want but we look at Liverpool and City. They don't pay their owners dividends. They have invested in the club. Not just the team. The Glazers have never put a penny of their own money into the club. Its been take take take. Its not even to do with the money in my head. Its the piss poor recruitment behind the scenes. This has transffered onto the pitch and now we are at the point where we need a massive rebuild on the pitch too. Now clubs will bend us over a barrell. I bet Liverpool wtc wouldn't be quoted the money for AWB by Palace but they know we are desperate and will pay it.
We used to be a a club that players wanted to join for the chance to win big trophies. Now its for the wages and we don't have a billionaire sugar daddy financing it all by getting a friend to sponsor Peps en suite in his office for 200 mill a season.
The club is at a crossroads. Get the next 2 years wrong and I beleive we will struggle to get anywhere near the success we had under the current owners.

{Ed002's Note - No of course it hasn't. It is nothing whatsoever to do with Manchester City. I don't think you understand the finances at Liverpool or Manchester City - you need to forget the money as a lot of what you have said is embarrassing.

The owners are not responsible for the recruitment - aside from failing to understand the finances the Manchester United fans have no grasp of how the business is run at all. Crystal Palace are not looking to charge Manchester United any more for a player than they would from Liverpool - you are deluded.

The club has the well deserved problems that it does because of the Toxics - I warned you all at the time.

Now all of this has started again just because Spurs have gone to sign a player that the club has no interest in. It is stupid and very, very embarrassing seeing all of this whining.}

2.) 26 Jun 2019 11:31:10
For some reason people feel the need to blame someone.

3.) 26 Jun 2019 10:53:19
Im not looking at the Ndombele transfer at all. i'm looking at a club that has been a football powerhouse that us now in free fall. It can't be all the fans fault. It shows a proper lack of backbone if the club does what the fans want all the time and if that is the case, I would say the wrong people are running things at the club.
11 years ago we had one of the best teams I have seen. Now we have no identity in our play. No passion. While I understand you saying the fans got Moyes and LVG the boot, surely the were never the right men in the first place?
We have never been ruthless in the market. After 99 and 08 we stagnated. That was the time to go big. Get the best players in. After SAF and Gill left, the same should have been done. The best coach/ manager and a top cheif exec and maybe a Technical Director. We didnt. We let a tactically inept Moyes take over and LVG who played football from the 90s. They are appointments from the top of the club and I am sure the Glazers have to green light it at the advice of their cheif exec. Yes the fans drummed them out but it was dross to watch. Bobby Charlton always said that Old Trafford was there to entertain the working man who had spent their hard earned money. There was no entertainment for any United fan in those years. Yet, we keep announcing record breaking commercial deals. It felt the football took a backseat. It was all about the bottom line. Sure, some fans will look the other way if success is in tandem but its not. For 25 years the club built a dynasty and now it feels like its been pissed away in 5 years.
Like I said the buck has to stop somewhere Ed and it can not be at the feet of the fans. There is no way the club is being run correctly in my view. Its hatdly like the infrastructure was never there and when I say in my view, I mean from the players on the pitch, the coaches, the transfer dealings and contracts. Take money out of the equation, as you say we struggle to understand that and I am a simple bloke. I make my judgements on the teams form these last 5 years and the crazy contracts given out. Its not good enough. Crazy decisions and it makes the club look foolish. So again, the question is who takes the blame?

{Ed002's Note - (a) It is in the position it is in (which is totally deserved) because of the Toxics - I explained at the time what would happen - and it has. (b) You obviously don't understand how the business is run.}

4.) 26 Jun 2019 14:39:14
Hi Ed002,

Please don’t bite my head off for asking this but, given your impeccable insights into how clubs are run, is there any truth in Woodward’s reported reluctance to sell Pogba? (I appreciate this might just be media mischief making! )

If there is, is it for footballing reasons (ie keep your best players) or for business reasons, such as him bro g tied into a commercial deal with Adidas and their sponsorship of the club? (Again, apologies if I e been taken in by scurrilous media reports)

Any insights would be greatly appreciated, many thanks as always!

{Ed002's Note - Paul Pogba wants out and if a suitable offer is made to the club and player then it will happen. MU will try to avoid players being included in any deal.}

5.) 27 Jun 2019 08:48:58
Thanks for taking the time to reply Ed, much appreciated!

{Ed002's Note - You are welcome.}




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20 May 2021 22:18:33
Any chance of a sharkopod any time soon Ed?


{Ed002's Note - It won’t be like that this year - Sparky is working on the music and there will be a few hints about transfers interspersed. In the coming weeks.}



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13 Feb 2021 18:14:58
Do United hold interest in Haaland, or woukd the relationship with Raiola be a stumbling block?




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20 Jan 2021 10:53:23
For me the best signing would be a DOF, removes the amateur status and the club can start repairing its foundations internal and external.




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08 Dec 2020 20:01:33
Thanks for your reply Ed, although I agree with your statement i very much doubt that united have it in them to find the next ronaldo sadly.




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08 Dec 2020 18:30:23
Ed02 do you know if it would be viable in Jan or the summer for Juve to include Ronaldo in a swap deal? Seems like a perfect solution.


{Ed002's Note - Any such move would be a retrograde step for Manchester United who should be looking to the next Ronaldo not the last one. Manchester United are stuck in the loop of not addressing the future sadly.}




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18 May 2021 08:36:36
I don’t think united shoule spend their budget on kne player, although i’m sure were due funds from inter for Lukaku, as well as that offering Lingard + Martial + cash could be viable? Although it seems like far too much hard work for the amateurs running the club.




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05 Nov 2020 16:26:55
If i remember correctly Pochetino is very happy to not have a DOF as he himself likes to have a lot of control over transfers - i may be off the mark but sure this was mentioned by Ed a few years back.


{Ed002's Note - He is happy to work without one.}



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24 Sep 2020 15:50:36
Thanks Ed, what is the difference between flotation of stock and instituionall? Is the latter a corporation owning a majority stake and flotation more of a public owning?


{Ed002's Note - Institutional ownership would see ownership/control held by large financial organisations or other funds. If floated on the stock exchange a certain percentage would be public and typically the rest would be sold to investment companies.}



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10 Mar 2020 11:25:11
Just a side note at 1% mortality rate, 640,000 would potentially die if the entire populous is infected not 64,000 as stated above.




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19 Jan 2020 19:38:04
Wd if you have any information what's the hold up with united to appoint a DOF it seems preposterous to take so long to appoint such a critical position.