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Cameroon goalkeeper Carlos Kameni has claimed Manchester United want to sign him from Espanyol.

The 24-year-old helped the Indomitable Lions to the African Cup of Nations final, and is rated as one of the continent's top keepers.

Kameni has been a regular with his Barcelona-based club for four seasons and his current contract expires at the end of next season.

"Manchester United have been looking at me for a while," he said.

"I'm happy in Barcelona for the moment but it's natural that a player wants to progress and the Premier League is a dream for any player."

Alex Ferguson's brother and chief scout Martin saw Kameni in action as Espanyol lost 4-2 at home to Sevilla the weekend before last.

It is not clear where Kameni would fit into the Old Trafford set-up. First-choice Edwin van der Sar has enjoyed a fine season despite his advancing years, while United also have two promising young keepers in Ben Foster and Tomasz Kuszczak.

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Say NO to Kameni....ManUtd have Foster and Kuszczak in the FUTURE.....

http://uk.eurosport.yahoo.com/28022008/58/premier-league-kameni-claims-united-interest.html
 

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Moved to transfer talk forum.

Please, think before you open a thread and post it in the appropriate section.

We have a transfer talk forum, so try using it the next time mate.
 

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Spurs enter Kameni race

Tottenham Hotspur have entered the race for Espanyol goalkeeper Carlos Kameni, Spurs assistant manager Gustavo Poyet has admitted.

Cameroon international Kameni - who has been linked with Manchester United by the player himself - has been tipped as a replacement for out-of-favour shot-stopper Paul Robinson, while defender and team-mate Daniel Jarque was a January transfer target for Spurs and, despite the signing of Jonathan Woodgate, is still a long-term project for the North London club.

"Kameni and Jarque are very exciting players, and any exciting player is welcome at a club like Tottenham," Poyet told Catalan radio station RAC1.

"Both are part of a long list that the sporting director [Damien Comolli] is looking at and that the club is following with a view to reinforcing our team."

Kameni had claimed that United were tracking him and stated his ambition to play in England.

The 24-year-old former Le Havre man has been first choice at Espanyol since moving there in 2004 following a work permit rejection for a proposed transfer to Wolves. Jarque, meanwhile, has been at Espanyol for his entire professional career and any bid for the 25-year-old would cast doubts over the future of Michael Dawson.

But the former Spurs and Chelsea player was keen to point out that nothing has been confirmed.

"We haven't taken any decision regarding making a move," Poyet added.

"Soon we'll approach the subject and make a decision."

New boss Juande Ramos has taken little time to shake-up Spurs who, after moving forwards under former boss Martin Jol, were stagnating amidst accusations of fitness and weight problems. Within four months they have climbed from relegation candidates to mid-table in the Premier League, won the Carling Cup and qualified for the last 16 of the UEFA Cup.

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"I'm happy in Barcelona for the moment but it's natural that a player wants to progress and the Premier League is a dream for any player."
Then re read it when Chelski go sniffing ..........

I'm happy in Barcelona for the moment but its only natural that a player wants to progress and the Chelski Wallet, er Premier League, is a dream for any player"
 

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We don't really need another keeper if we send out Foster on loan next season it will be pointless by the time hes back he will be about 25/26 i mean come on !? i know keepers peak later than others but he needs his chance.
Plus we have Kuszsack who is decent back up.
 

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Maybe we will sell Kuszack and bring him in? I don't know but we never seem to be happy with our keepers after Peter Schmiky left. Well there is no harm in having more quality keepers at the club imo. Look at Liverpoo...after Reina they got no quality at all!
 
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