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Wes Brown could be on his way out of Manchester United unless he lowers his wage demands. Brown, 28, has been locked in contract talks since apparently turning down a four-year deal in December.

His contract runs out this summer and Brown's representatives insist their player deserves a hefty pay rise at the end of a season in which he has been a right-back regular in place of injured Gary Neville and made Fabio Capello's first England team ahead of Micah Richards.

Brown was being lined up for a move to Newcastle in January but the offer of £800,000 for a player valued by his club at £3million was branded derisory.

His commitment was highlighted when he played in last Sunday's Manchester derby just three days after his father had died.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/li...tml?in_article_id=515211&in_page_id=1779&ct=5
 

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Known fact for ages that he han't signed the new deal.

It's not him, it's his agent. Fergie said his agent is a cúnt and he doesn't see eye-to-eye with him.

Quality player this season though.
 
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I think he deserves a pay rise to be honest. I'm not sure how much he is asking for but he's been a loyal servant to United and he's a local lad. With neville out, Brown has played most games this season and we currently have the best defensive record in the league, that's not a coincidnce. He deserves more credit than he is getting AND a pay rise, just not a ridiculous payrise.
 

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It was reported not long ago he was asking for something crazy like 100,000 per
week - he was offered 50,000 per week which he then refused - about 2 weeks
later it was said he had signed for 43,000 per week ... :confused:
 
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Do what the papers do, use an "unnamed source" (which means they made it up :rolleyes:)

Nah, we have more journalistic integrity than them ;)
 
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