great...if this is true...it's great...finally we've got a world class striker...
Huntelaar is known as a "fox in a box" strikerRitesh MU said:well huntealaar is a great player he only need a big team to show his talent
for your info Real madrid also was after him so ......
and for euro that why holland was out keeping a goal scorer machine sit anyway
and he is a sharp shooter and a class finisher
and also what about Torres when man utd was after him ???
and if he was at ot ??? imagine
loserpool took him and 30 goals he scored but no cup
by this im not telling Berba is not good he is also a top stiker
so Huntelaar is bicycle finisher named THE HUNTER
and if Sir Alex was after him he know what he was looking for
as nistelrooy was before you see so better admit it he is a very good player without any doubt.
For once i totally agree. I'm not too fond of paying that much money for someone of his age. We won't even be able to sell him on for a profit should that day arrive in the future.abojodeh said:jazz i dont hate berbatov but 25 is too much for a 28 year old player
and signing berbatov would mean that we will not sign huntelaar
slipdigby i didnt trust the news so i decided to make my post a funny one
I think Spurs would rather have the cash.NateR said:For once i totally agree. I'm not too fond of paying that much money for someone of his age. We won't even be able to sell him on for a profit should that day arrive in the future.
On the other hand, i won't be complaining if we get him. He is bloody good...and will be vital for us this season should be get him.
Maybe we can offload Saha to them in part-exchange.
He'll be in a United shirt come Sunday....or so it looks now!manutd.com said:United close in on Berbatov
Dimitar Berbatov expects to be a Manchester United player within the
next 48 hours. The Bulgarian striker has told his Tottenham team-
mates that he is on his way to Old Trafford. The Â£25million deal ends a year-long
pursuit of the player by United boss Alex Ferguson. As we reported on Saturday,
United were confident the deal would be done by the end of this week. Now the
Champions hope to unveil him as their new signing in time to be eligible for their
big kick-off against Newcastle on Sunday. Berbatov, 27, feared the deal might be off when reports surfaced of possible United moves for Thierry Henry at Barcelona
and Valencia’s David Villa. But Berbatov was always Ferguson’s No1 one target.
He has had three bids rejected — last summer, in the New Year and at the end of
Neil Custis, The Sun