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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Kahuna View Post
    Other than that he is just 26 or 27yrs old and this is the prime period if he stays healthy....also he should cost much lesser than Tevez although the former is a few years younger.....he will be the last signing that we need if there is no more target man like Huntelaar in sight

    http://www.thesun.co.uk/article/0,,2...290817,00.html
    The thing is, can he recapture his previous form? If he can, dun think any team mind him but he is injured for so long and pace is quite an important feature of his game.

    I'll prefer Huntelaar or Tevez but dun think can afford Tevez's fees this season.

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    ill prefer huntellar to both of them.
    tevez is too similar to rooney, and both of them aren't going to provide the majority of the goals.
    saf pls fork 10m for quagliarella, and pls keep guiseppe rossi. both are great talents with scoring instinct that man u needs!
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    Man u has comfirmed signings of Nani and Anderson.
    Anderson has got a work permit after appeal.

    3 YAYs for man u!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zaknafein View Post
    Man u has comfirmed signings of Nani and Anderson.
    Anderson has got a work permit after appeal.

    3 YAYs for man u!
    Yes! Just need a striker now! A good striker or 2 will complete the puzzle!

    Today's transfer rumours:

    Liverpool are planning to hijack Juventus' move for Manchester United defender Gabriel Heinze. (Various) - They love our rejects!

    And the Reds will wrap up a deal for Atletico Madrid striker Fernando Torres in "days", despite reports Manchester City tabled a bigger bid. (Times) - Man City hijack them? Times have changed!

    Thaksin Shinawatra's takeover of City is in the balance. (Various)

    Carlos Tevez will make a decision on his future after the Copa America. Four Premiership clubs are interested. (Independent)

    Manchester United are leading the race to sign the Argentine. (Star)

    Although Sir Alex Ferguson does not actually want to sign Tevez, Michael Owen or Jermain Defoe. (Mail)
    - Huh?

    And Sir Alex will have to sell before he can spend on any more new players. (Mail) - Really need to sell some extra players like Richardson!

    Manchester United are the club that are set to beat Rangers to the signature of Bordeaux's Julien Fabuert. (Star) - Huh?

    Or maybe not. West Ham have offered £6m for the wantaway winger. (Express)

    The Hammers could make a move for Tottenham striker Mido. (Telegraph)

    Fellow Spurs striker Jermain Defoe features prominently on Aston Villa's list of summer targets. (Express)

    But Defoe does not want to move to Villa or West Ham, while Liverpool and Chelsea, as well as Manchester United, do not want him. (Times)

    Who does that leave? Sunderland, who put in an £8m bid for Defoe. (Express)

    And Portsmouth are also interested in the diminutive striker. (Various)

    Pompey are in the market for a striker as Bulgarian Svetoslav Todorov has turned down a new contract. (Various)

    Villa are also still leading the chase for West Ham midfielder Nigel Reo-Coker, although Manchester City hope to hijack that move. (Telegraph)

    And Villa boss Martin O'Neill will splash some of his £30m transfer kitty - £10m to be precise - on Chelsea midfielder Shaun Wright-Phillips. (Mirror)

    Although Tottenham boss Martin Jol believes he will win the race to sign Wright-Phillips - if one develops - and he also wants fellow Chelsea player Lassana Diarra. (Sun)

    Another midfielder heading for the exit at Stamford Bridge looks to be Geremi. Aston Villa - yup, them again - are vying with Middlesbrough, Newcastle, Everton and Sunderland for the Cameroonian. (Mail)

    And then there's Frank Lampard. Jose Mourinho has warned that Chelsea have to sort out the England international's future before other clubs tempt him to leave. (Sun)

    And Blues striker Didier Drogba has revealed he is weighing up offers from other clubs and will make a decision on his future next week. (Sun)

    One player not leaving west London this summer is Arjen Robben. (Various)

    And Kevin Nolan will not be leaving Bolton - news that will come as a blow to reported suitors West Ham. (Various)

    Fulham want to make a £2.5m bid for Blackburn striker Jason Roberts, who has snubbed an approach from Charlton. Everton are also interested. (Sun)

    Blackburn midfielder Robbie Savage has turned down a move to Wigan. (Various)

    And Rovers and Celtic are battling it out for Holland striker Maceo Rigters. (Daily Mail)

    Liverpool manager Rafael Benitez will have to drop his £12m asking price for Craig Bellamy if he wants to offload the Welsh striker. (Star)

    Mikael Silvestre was not in the team photo as Manchester United unveiled their new kit. (Sun) -

    Newcastle boss Sam Allardyce has earmarked Barcelona's Eidur Gudjohnsen as a potential target. (Various)

    Reports in Italy suggest Barcelona's Brazilian star Ronaldinho could be on his way to AC Milan. He is currently filming an ad in Milan. (Guardian)

    Rangers are preparing a third offer for Kilmarnock striker Steven Naismith. (Mail)

    Sochaux have rejected a bid from Celtic for midfielder Guiranne N'Daw. (Sun)

    Borussia Dortmund have told Celtic that striker Alexander Frei is not for sale. (Express)

    West Brom have moved closer to the signing of Celtic striker Craig Beattie. (Mail)

    David Marshall's agent says the Celtic goalkeeper will move to Norwich City for £700,000. (Mail)

    Falkirk are poised to sign Stirling Albion goalkeeper Scott Christie. (Sun)

    Dundee United will next week give a trial to Gorica striker Jani Sturm. (Mail)

    Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney has been given the club's famous number 10 shirt for the new season. BBC Sport columnist Owen Hargreaves will sport the number eight formerly worn by Rooney. (Various) - Wow! Man Utd's number 10! RVN, Mark Hughes etc

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    i hope rooney will repay his loyalty to man u in his years to come
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    Quote Originally Posted by afbug View Post
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    Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney has been given the club's famous number 10 shirt for the new season. BBC Sport columnist Owen Hargreaves will sport the number eight formerly worn by Rooney. (Various) - Wow! Man Utd's number 10! RVN, Mark Hughes etc
    Who wore the number 10 shirt last season?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ola View Post
    Who wore the number 10 shirt last season?
    No one. RVN was the last to wear the number 10 shirt. Greatest of them all is of cause Denis Law.

    Today's transfer rumours:

    Arsenal will table a £20m offer for Barcelona's Samuel Eto'o. (The People)

    AC Milan have confirmed Eto'o is their number one target and say Arsenal do not stand a chance of signing the Cameroon forward. (News of the World)

    The Gunners are also the only serious contenders battling Manchester United for the signature of striker Carlos Tevez. (NotW) Hmmm........Man utd really going for him?

    But Chelsea and Liverpool are also interested, while West Ham will match any offer Tevez receives. (Mirror)

    Midfielder Frank Lampard has turned down Chelsea's offer of £121,000 a week sparking renewed speculation he will join Juventus or Barcelona. (NotW)

    Chelsea will not buckle in their talks with players who want big bucks. That means Lampard and Arjen Robben could be heading to Spain. (Mail)

    Image rights are the stumbling block for Lampard and John Terry. (Mirror)

    Striker Didier Drogba says he is not hankering after a move to AC Milan and wants to stay at Chelsea. (NotW)

    Midfielder Javier Mascherano has not yet signed a full-time deal with Liverpool and could make a surprise move to Manchester City. (The People)

    Bolton striker Nicolas Anelka has told 'friends' he is interested in rejoining Manchester City. (Mirror)

    Middlesbrough forward Yakubu could join him at Eastlands. (Mirror)

    And veteran Italian forward Christian Vieri is another City target, as are Newcastle's Michael Owen and West Ham's Nigel Reo-Coker. (News of the World)

    Aston Villa want Reo-Coker as well as Chelsea duo Geremi and Shaun Wright-Phillips and Liverpool striker Craig Bellamy. (Sunday Telegraph)

    Liverpool want £3m and Michael Johnson from Manchester City for Bellamy. (Daily Star Sunday)

    The Reds are close to landing Athletic Bilbao 'wonderkid' Mikel San Jose. He is an 18-year-old defender. (NotW)

    Liverpool turned down an offer from Besiktas for Sami Hyypia as they need to find a replacement first. (People)

    Barcelona midfielder Thiago Motta has his sights on a move to England with Chelsea, Manchester City, West Ham and Middlesbrough interested. (Mirror)

    Newcastle are keeping tabs on Barcelona striker Eidur Gudjohnson. (Express)

    Wayne Bridge, Lassana Diarra and Geremi could be in a job-lot move from Chelsea to Newcastle. (Mail on Sunday)

    Magpies boss Sam Allardyce, who says he needs five years to sort the club out, is 100% sure striker Michael Owen will stay at St James' Park. (NotW)

    Charlton want West Brom's £4m-rated striker Nathan Ellington as a replacement for Darren Bent. (NotW)

    Albion will in turn boost their attacking options with a move for Celtic's Craig Beattie. (NotW)

    Rangers and Derby are willing to meet the £5m valuation West Brom have put on midfielder Jason Koumas. (People)

    Derby also want Norwich striker Dickson Etuhu, West Ham winger Matthew Etherington and Sheffield United centre-back Claude Davis. (People)

    Paul Robinson and Paul McShane will leave West Brom for Sunderland in a £6m double deal. (NotW)

    Sunderland will sign Hearts goalkeeper Craig Gordon for £4.5m. (People)

    Manchester United midfielder Kieran Richardson is in the middle of a tug of war between Sunderland and Sheffield United. (People) - I never thought I'll read this! Richardson in the middle of a tug of war!

    Sunderland hope to catch Chelsea and Manchester United on the back foot with an early move for Heerenveen's Brazilian striker Afonso Alves. (NotW)

    Bolton want to sign Tottenham midfielder Danny Murphy. (People)

    Tottenham are lining up £3.5m bids for Celta Vigo's Borja Oubina and Hertha Berlin's Kevin Prince Boateng. (NotW)

    Spurs have had a £6m offer for Celtic's Shunsuke Nakamura turned down. Liverpool and Aston Villa are also interested in the midfielder. (NotW)

    Arsenal are set to go head-to-head with free-spending Spurs. Both clubs have targeted £8m-rated West Brom defender Curtis Davies. (NotW)

    Real Madrid want Arsenal's Jose Antonio Reyes but will only offer £6m, half the amount they agreed last summer. (NotW)

    Birmingham will boost their ranks with Spartak Moscow's former Arsenal striker Quincy Owusu-Abeyie and Dutch U21 star Daniel de Ridder. (NotW)

    Midfielder Stephen Clemence will swap Birmingham for Southampton. (Various)

    Chelsea are putting the finishing touches to a deal for Dutch U21 star Royston Drenthe. (People)

    Everton want Preston's David Nugent but will not go above £4m. (NotW)

    Blackburn will fend off Portsmouth's interest in Ryan Nelson by offering the defender a new contract. (People)

    Colchester are the latest club to express interest in signing veteran forward Teddy Sheringham. (People)

    West Ham have beaten Rangers to the signing of Bordeaux midfielder Julien Faubert. The fee is £6m. (NotW)

    Middlesbrough are close to agreeing terms with AZ Alkmaar's Icelandic right-back Gretar Steinsson. (Various)

    Fulham will renew their efforts to sign Leeds striker David Healy after missing out on Tottenham's Mido. (NotW)

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    The new red jersey is cool

    I like blue so will wait

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeff49er View Post
    The new red jersey is cool

    I like blue so will wait
    The video to see the new kits is here: http://www.myspace.com/manutd

    lol many bands have use myspace.com to showcase their music and communicate with their fans. Now even Man Utd has gotten into the act!

    I think they just set-up this site as there are very few postings. I like the background, very nice Man Utd logo.

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    ahhhh i dun really find the new kits nice....


    Thierry Henry's exit has ruled Arsenal out of the Premier League title race, according to Chelsea's Didier Drogba.
    "It means it will be us and Manchester United fighting for the title again."

    still very xialan lol. and funny part is, he left 1 other team out LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeff49er View Post
    The new red jersey is cool

    I like blue so will wait
    Blue good When we go Standford Bridge the ref will have prob reconising who is who cos the whole field will be blue in colour!

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    blue is definitely better.. the red one is too simple.. but the patern looks cool.. the back of the shirt.. ok lah.. got some white patern with the logo print.. anyway, i am going to get one in the end.. sigh
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    Owen completes United move

    Owen Hargreaves has completed his move to United from Bayern Munich, putting pen to paper on a four-year contract with the Barclays Premier League champions.

    The England international midfielder, 26, was relieved to officially become a contracted United player after a lengthy transfer saga.

    "It's been a long time coming," Owen exclusively told ManUtd.com. "It was probably the worst-kept secret in football, but it's great to be here."

    Hargreaves' move to Manchester was mooted by the tabloids for almost a year, following his outstanding displays for England at the 2006 World Cup.

    Bayern were reluctant to let him leave without a fight, twice rejecting bids before eventually relenting - and Owen is delighted with the end result.

    "I think it's great to finally reach a positive conclusion," he said. "Especially after all the time and energy that's been put in from everyone involved!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zaknafein View Post
    Man u has comfirmed signings of Nani and Anderson.
    Anderson has got a work permit after appeal.

    3 YAYs for man u!
    Reds get all-clear for Anderson

    Brazilian starlet Anderson has been given the go-ahead to join United after being granted a work permit.

    The 19-year-old's application was initially rejected given his lack of international experience for the Brazilian national team.

    A club spokesman said: "We are delighted to announce our application for Anderson's work permit has been successful.

    "We look forward to finalising his transfer from FC Porto in the very near future."

    Anderson is tipped to be one of Brazil's future stars, a school of thought backed up by an impressive debut earlier this week, and United's appeal overturned the decision.

    He will now join up with Sir Alex Ferguson's squad after taking a holiday following his participation in the Copa America.

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    Rooney delighted with new number

    Wayne Rooney is changing his United squad number from 8 to 10 for the forthcoming season and beyond.

    To mark the switch, Wayne met probably the club's greatest ever number 10, Denis Law for a special photograph at Carrington.

    "When I was offered the chance to wear the number 10 shirt I jumped at it," says Wayne.

    "Some of the game's greatest players have become legends wearing number 10, none more so than Denis Law.

    "He was crowned King of the Stretford End during his time at the club and it is a great honour for me to wear a shirt that has such history behind it."

    Rooney's manager Sir Alex Ferguson believes Wayne is a worthy addition to the roll-call of players who've worn the iconic red shirt.

    "There have been some wonderful footballers who have worn the Manchester United number 10 shirt," says Sir Alex.

    "These men have captured the imagination of our fans around the world with their skill and their goals. Wayne is the right man to carry on that tradition and I'm delighted that Denis Law was able to pass on the mantle."

    United have yet to confirm who will replace Rooney at number 8, or which numbers will be worn by new signings Nani, Anderson and Owen Hargreaves.
    Hopefully Roodney can procceed to be another Great No 10!!! If not ......


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    Transfer Rumours: June 07

    Just when it seemed certain that Argentina striker Carlos Tevez was set to leave West Ham for Internazionale or Real Madrid, speculation is now rife that he will remain in England.

    The player's representative, Kia Joorabchian, claimed that the forward's 'heart is in the Premier League', prompting a wave of rumours linking United, Liverpool and Arsenal with a move for Tevez.

    Michael Owen's name has also resurfaced, while Jermain Defoe, Eidur Gudjohnsen and Fernando Torres continue to be put forward as potential new signings. Any move, however, may hinge on funds being raised through player sales.

    Alan Smith is openly coveted by a host of Premiership clubs, while Gabriel Heinze and Kieran Richardson have also been linked with the Old Trafford exit door.

    Carlos Tevez
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    "I think Tevez is a great player, but I'm not sure if United would be tempted at the price the papers are quoting."

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    ARRIVALSPlayer Name Current Club Position Fee

    Jermain Defoe Tottenham Striker £12million

    Michael Owen Newcastle Striker £9million

    Carlos Tevez West Ham Striker Not stated

    Eidur Gudjohnsen Barcelona Striker £8million

    DEPARTURESPlayer Name Linked With Position Fee

    Kieran Richardson Sunderland Winger Not stated

    Alan Smith Tottenham Striker £7million

    Gabriel Heinze Real Madrid Defender £4million

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    United can rule Europe

    German legend Lothar Matthaus has tipped United to lift next season's UEFA Champions League.

    Having regained the Barclays Premier League title in style last season, United will be looking to achieve further success in Europe next term.

    Ex-Bayern Munich star Matthaus, for one, can see Sir Alex Ferguson and his squad celebrating after next May's final in Moscow.

    "The troops of Sir Alex Ferguson dominated the Premiership and next season surely they will win him another Champions League," the former Bayern and Internazionale midfielder told Bild.

    Matthaus, who himself tasted defeat against United with Bayern Munich in 1999's dramatic Champions League final, feels the Reds possess two key attributes which can see them lift the trophy for a third time.

    "They have two qualities that no-one can touch," he said. "They're a young team and one that is improving all the time."

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    Beckham facing US 'hell', according to MarshESPNsoccernet


    Life in the United States will be 'hell' for David Beckham, according to Rodney Marsh.


    Beckham is set to embark on a new stage in his career after agreeing a five-year contract with Major League Soccer team Los Angeles Galaxy.

    Marsh moved to the States in the 1970s to play for the Tampa Bay Rowdies in the North American Soccer League, a fore-runner of MLS, and believes the huge amounts of travelling involved in playing away matches in the US will be nothing like what Beckham has been used to in England and in Spain.

    'David's life is going to be hell in America,' Marsh told the Mail on Sunday.

    'He won't know what's hit him. Every other week, you have to make a road trip for away games. That does not mean a 200-mile trip up the motorway in England or Spain. It requires travelling 4,000 miles to play the New England Revolution, and there tends to be a second away game on the road.

    'Over a four-day period, you can fly almost 9,000 miles and play twice. Do that four or five times, factoring in time changes, training and media engagements, and it becomes very wearing.
    'Other aspects he won't understand until he gets here is the fact that the referees are next to useless and offer little protection from young men who will be looking to make a name for themselves at David's expense.'

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    The new kits is to celebrate 50 years of Busby Babes, so the design will be retro and simple. If I'm not wrong, this kit will only be used for this season.

    Today's transfer rumours:

    Fernando Torres is demanding a six-year deal worth £31.2m to join Liverpool. (The Sun)

    Torres will, nevertheless, actually be taking a pay cut to move to Anfield. (The Times)

    New Manchester United signing Owen Hargreaves will be paid £70,000 a week at Old Trafford. (The Sun)

    Chelsea's Khalid Boulahrouz is in talks with Sevilla over a £3.5m move to Spain. (The Sun)

    Real Madrid are ahead of Manchester United in the race for West Ham striker Carlos Tevez. (Daily Express) - Man Utd still interested in Tevez meh? Can't compete in the transfer market these days even with clubs like West Ham.

    Rangers are closing in on the signing of Spanish defender Carlos Cuellar. (Daily Record)

    Newcastle have opened talks with Chelsea defender Geremi. (Guardian)

    The Magpies will today step up their efforts to sign Eidur Gudjohnsen from Barcelona for £4.5m. (Daily Mail)

    Man City are leading the race for Middlesbrough striker Yakubu. (The Times)

    Blackburn boss Mark Hughes is in line to sign rising young Dutch star Marco Rigters for a bargain £350,000 - scuppering the hopes of Newcastle and Celtic. (Daily Mirror)

    But Celtic will scupper the hopes of Hughes and Blackburn - by signing Rigters for £400,000. (Daily Record)

    Bolton are ready to sell Senegalese star Abdoulaye Faye to Besiktas for £3m. (Daily Mirror)

    Bolton boss Sammy Lee has urged goalkeeper Jerzy Dudek to stay in the Premier League - preferably with the Trotters - after the Pole quit Liverpool. (The Sun)

    Sheffield Wednesday will not sell their Northern Ireland winger Chris Brunt for less than £3m. (Daily Mail)

    Preston striker David Nugent says he will not be pressurised into leaving the club if Everton do not match his £7m price tag. (Various)

    Newcastle have expressed an interest in FC Copenhagen midfielder Brede Hangeland. (The Times)

    Derby have joined the race to sign £6m-rated West Brom midfielder Jason Koumas. (Daily Star)

    Rennes have offered Charlton winger Dennis Rommedahl a new contract after the Denmark international turned down a move to the club. (The Times)

    Leicester are chasing former Middlesbrough striker Joseph-Desire Job. (Daily Mirror)

    The Foxes also want former Portsmouth front man Svetoslav Todorov. (Daily Mirror)

    Birmingham are set to snap up Charlton midfielder Amdy Faye in a £500,000 deal. (Various)

    Wolves are to sign Crystal Palace defender Darren Ward for £500,000. (Daily Mirror)

    Derby winger Ryan Smith is poised to seal a £150,000 move to Millwall. (Various)

    Nottingham Forest midfielder Kris Commons will end speculation linking him with Bristol City and Burnley by signing a new deal at the City Ground. (Daily Mirror)

    Rangers hope to have signed up Steven Naismith from Kilmarnock within the next 24 hours after finally losing out on Frenchman Julien Faubert. (Scottish Sun)

    New England midfielder Shairi Joseph has revealed he's still desperate to join SPL champions Celtic. (Scottish Sun)

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    Reds complete triple signing
    Manchester United have completed the triple signing of Nani, Anderson and Tomasz Kuszczak.

    Both Nani and Anderson have signed five-year-deals with the Barclays Premier League champions, joining from Sporting Lisbon and Porto respectively.

    The permanent transfer of Polish goalkeeper Kuszczak comes after the completion of a loan season from West Bromwich Albion last term.

    Nani, Anderson and fellow new arrival Owen Hargreaves will be officially unveiled to the press in the near future.

    Meanwhile, Academy scholars James Chester, Richard Eckersley and Sam Hewson have signed professional forms with United, as has Academy student Tom Cleverley.
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