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Tosiek

Słowiańska Dusza
Łukasz Fabiański (Legia Warszawa)->> Barcelona

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Saganowski (Troyes now Southampton on loan)->> Watford
 

albertocp

Youth Team
Uche (Recreativo) -> Getafe CF
Viqueira (Recreativo) -> Levante
Guthrie (Liverpool) -> Recreativo
Le Tallec (Liverpool) -> Recreativo
Paletta (Liverpool) -> Recreativo
 
Omar Bravo (Chivas Guadalajara) ----> Manchester United

- there were scouts of Man. U. at Chivas last game watching Bravo and Guardado from Atlas....
 

Daz

Everyone's Favourite Diabetic
Morten Gamst Pederson (Blackburn) ==> Manchester United, £8mill
Michael Owen (Newcastle) ==> Manchester United
 

Guillaume

French Touch
Franck Ribéry (Marseille) 20m€ ==> Arsenal, Manchester United, Chelsea, Real Madrid, Inter Milan, Juventus, Bayern München..
Florent Malouda (Lyon) ==> Arsenal, Juventus, Inter Milan, Manchester United..
Eric Abidal (Lyon) ==> Barcelona, Real Madrid, Inter Milan..
 

Razza2k7

Club Supporter
Dazmania;2310988 said:
Morten Gamst Pederson (Blackburn) ==> Manchester United, £8mill
Michael Owen (Newcastle) ==> Manchester United

Don't know about Pederson but ive heared that Manchester united are looking to get owen for about 12Million, Hope we do :) He is a good player, and also i think man u have signed two brazilian wingers ;) look forward to see them play.
 

CarlosDanger

Starting XI
David Albelda Valencia ===> Barcelona
Gabi & Diego Milito, Diogo Zaragoza ===> Barcelona
Lampard Chelsea===>Barcelona


All from elmundodeportivo.es
 

pefan

Reserve Team
Harry Redknapp admits he will be priced out of any bid to bring Carlos Tevez to Portsmouth in the summer.

Tevez is expected to leave West Ham United at the end of the season, if the club are relegated from the Premiership.

The Argentine is tipped to stay in England and has been linked with a switch to current leaders Manchester United.

He has impressed for The Hammers in recent weeks, after taking time to settle in the Premiership, and Redknapp is a huge fan of the forward.

The Pompey boss would relish the chance to work with Tevez at Fratton Park next season, if a move is on the cards.

But Redknapp also accepts that the fee required to sign the 23-year-old is likely to be out of his reach.

"Of course I like the boy, he is an absolutely outstanding player," said the former Hammers boss in the News of the World.

"The truth is, though, I don't think we would be able to reach the asking price for a player of his standing in the game."
 


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