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Interesting comments, but these people who think we can just let Carlos go and we'll just go and spend big on a poacher well fine but their not easy to are they? Huntelaar was the only realistic option but now he's been signed by Real
 

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Drew9 said:
Interesting comments, but these people who think we can just let Carlos go and we'll just go and spend big on a poacher well fine but their not easy to are they? Huntelaar was the only realistic option but now he's been signed by Real

getting a world class striker is not easy has you say but there are a lot of clubs in debt who will have to sell come the summer to stay afloat in the game ,so decent strikers should be more available next year .
but getting a striker who will score more goals than tevez is a lot simpler but utd would need to slightly alter their current playing style {push the strikers 30 yds further upfield} ,personly i would love kenwyn jones at utd and you could get him for less than half tevez's cost , santa cruz, owen,zaki,abonglahor ,bent are a few others from the premier league who i believe would easily outscore tevez and would be far cheaper to buy ,and there are a lot of strikers throughout europe who would love to play for utd ,but i don't really follow that football but there is plenty of talent available for less money.
 

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getting a world class striker is not easy has you say but there are a lot of clubs in debt who will have to sell come the summer to stay afloat in the game ,so decent strikers should be more available next year .
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david villa anyone?:D
 

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Stay put Juan Sebastian Veron tells Red Devils striker Carlos Tevez

Juan Sebastian Veron has told fellow countryman Carlos Tevez he could be making a big mistake if he decides to leave Manchester United.

Like Veron in his day, Argentinian Tevez finds himself at a crossroads in his career in the English top flight.

But Veron, weighed down by the level of expectation that came with his £28.1million price tag following a move from Lazio to United in 2001, advises striker Tevez to stay put.

He said: 'I hope Carlos stays at Manchester United because it is important for Argentine football. He'll know what he has to do to resolve the situation. I hope it is all resolved for the best.'

Veron, 33, currently enjoying an Indian summer with his home town club, Estudiantes de La Plata, will be casting an eye over the fortunes of two of his former sides tomorrow with a mixture of excitement and regret.

He may be 7,000 miles away in Buenos Aires, but that has done little to dampen Veron's enthusiasm for a fixture that could go some way to deciding the destiny of the Premier League title.

The talented playmaker said: 'I have to thank Sir Alex Ferguson because he gave me the opportunity to play for one of the biggest clubs in the world.

'I can only complain about myself because I feel I could have given more.'

As for Chelsea, who he joined in 2003 for £15m, he added: 'I was troubled by a back injury which meant I could not play as much as I would have liked.'
 
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