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Transfer Market, When Football rhymes with business
laleto
posté 12/07/2012 20:27
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After 8 long seasons, PSG is finally making its return to the top European club competition, and is looking to strengthen its squad in order to make its mark in the Champions League.


After having signed Ezequiel Lavezzi from SSC Napoli, and insisting rumors surrounding the youngster Marco Verratti from Pescara, the reports of a dual Ibrahimovic-Silva deal have materialized into a huge offer being accepted by Milan AC, and ongoing discussions between the club with the players.




Feel free to leave your thoughts and questions over the current transfer market, be it about PSG or other teams.
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posté 08/08/2012 18:54
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ESPN: Sir Alex Ferguson angered by failure to sign Lucas Moura

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Ferguson angry over failed deals
August 8, 2012
By Harry Harris, Football Correspondent


Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson is thought to be disappointed at potentially missing out on transfer target Lucas Moura, especially having failed to land Eden Hazard earlier in the summer.

The 19-year-old Brazilian winger was destined for Old Trafford until a late $40 million bid from Paris Saint-Germain will see him move to the French capital according to ESPN sources.

"The Lucas Moura deal with PSG looks to be done at $40 million, and Manchester United thought they had got Hazard but he ended up going to Chelsea," said the ESPN source on Wednesday. "Sir Alex is not happy with losing out on two of his top transfer targets this summer, not happy at all."

Ferguson has already alleged that the agent fees for the Hazard deal were worth £6 million, which clearly prohibited securing the Belgian winger.

It has been suggested that Lucas Moura was told by former Manchester City man Robinho the area is boring to live in, something which has angered Ferguson.

The United boss also has his eyes on Robin van Persie, and might now make an even bigger effort to lure him from Arsenal, although he would have to bid close to £25 million to land the Dutchman with Arsene Wenger determined to keep his striker.

United might find it tough to fork out such a fee for the injury-prone 29-year-old striker, especially as his price will quickly depreciate. So far it's proving to be a frustrating transfer window for Ferguson, who was hoping to use it as a platform to challenge Manchester City and Chelsea, but thus far has only obtained Shinji Kagawa from Borussia Dortmund and Crewe prodigy Nick Powell.



Ragin' Fergie! laugh.gif


Players better watch out for flying shoes in the dressing room!
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