Thursday, August 22, 2013

Manchester United submit £35m joint bid for Fellaini & Baines

Schmeichel makes United transfer warning

The Red Devils boss is prepared to pursue a separate deal for Baines should the Toffees reject United's final bid for Fellaini. The Scot believes that Everton need the money from the sale of at least one of their star players this summer, with the Merseyside club lining up a move for Wigan winger Callum McManaman. Moyes put Fellaini agen judi bola terpercaya Baines at the top of his target list, having failed this summer with his pursuit of Thiago agen judi bola terpercaya Cesc Fabregas. Everton responded angrily to United's first bid, with director of communications Alan Myers saying: "Those bids were rejected out of hagen judi bola terpercaya as derisory agen judi bola terpercaya insulting.

Get Adobe Flash player Manchester United are thought to be prepared to pay 35m for Leighton Baines agen judi bola terpercaya Marouane Fellaini - but Everton value them at 45m. Newcastle will hold out for 20m for Yohan Cabaye after rejecting a bid of around half that amount from Arsenal. Willian is expected to judi online decide whether to join Tottenham or Liverpool. PAPER CHASE Get the latest rumors as the biggest clubs try to bolster their rosters. Micah Richards could be set for a move to Arsenal after the Gunners set their sights on the Manchester City defender.

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Yet nervousness amongst supporters is exacerbated by the on-going uncertainty over Wayne Rooney's future, with Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho hinting after his side's 2-1 win over Aston Villa on Wednesday night that he would return with a third offer for the 27-year-old after his side's eagerly-anticipated encounter with United at Old Trafford on Monday. But Schmeichel is not convinced Rooney's body language during Saturday's win at Swansea, when he failed to celebrate United's second-half goals with his team-mates, was the sign of a man wanting out. "I know a lot of people thought Wayne was not celebrating with the team when he scored but he had just made two long sprint runs agen judi bola terpercaya was knackered," said Schmeichel. "He only played 67 minutes for Englagen judi bola terpercaya in pre-season and had not trained that much either. "Under those circumstances, for him to give us half an hour of top class football agen judi bola terpercaya set up the last two goals was fantastic.

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