Lamb with a LARGE pinch of salt!!

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by @pedro_lamb.

So, apparently Robin Van Persie in a Manchester United shirt, is looking more and more likely by the day and the word of the Lamb believes PSG are ready to swoop in with a bid for Wayne Rooney.

The United transfer purse could possibly break the £67 Million barrier in the next few days with the potential arrival of Lucas Moura and Van Persie, and the earlier capture of Shinji Kagawa.

The Lamb bleats that if this was to happen the supposed cash strapped club would have to recoup the transfer fees somewhere.

There is no doubt that Kagawa, famous in Japan will do no harm whatsoever in  increasing  United’s popularity in Japan and expect a mass of shirt sales, which will help in some part to recoup his own 17 m fee.

Should RVP and Moura arrvive that still leaves a potential  50m deficit in the United war chest.

The Lamb bleats that Ferige has never forgiven Rooney for his contract antics last year and with a offer of around 50 million plus sell on clauses Sir Alex is bound to jump at the chance?? Isn’t he?? Surely?? Maybe??

The Lamb

@pedro_lamb

Posted on 8 Aug 2012, in Player Selection and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Rooney to PSG?? surely there must be MUFC fans who would challenge this notion?

    Let’s hear your thoughts!
    *R

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