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Jul 18, 2011

Ferguson: Forget Sneijder!

LOS ANGELES - Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson began his team a chance to get pessimistic related services Inter Milan star, Wesley Sneijder. Fergie also asked the club to stop hunting the Dutch national team playmaker.
Lately, Fergie reportedly approached Sneijder back aggressively to fill the position left by Paul Scholes (retired). A number of strategies were put together following the veteran Scottish coach, ranging from a tempting offer to a promising core place in the squad when Sneijder willing to join.
However, in its development, United's camp did not get a good signal from the Inter camp who had not yet opened the door to negotiation. As a result, Fergie was hot and chose not to get too benyak hope to Sneijder.
"Forget it," said Fergie brief when answering reporters' questions related to the latest news about United's interest to Sneijder.
"We are currently looking for players (midfielders) good. But, I'm not sure if Sneijder is easy to get, "he said as quoted by Goal, Tuesday (19/07/2011).
Furthermore, Fergie also said if the squad who had already qualified enough, though eventually canceled Sneijder join. Coach of 69 years this rate, the squad is now complete, just a little 'cramped' in front of the sector, with the return of Federico Macheda from his loan spell at Sampdoria.
"Yes, I was quite satisfied (with the squad at the moment). Maybe, we're just a slight excess of players at the striker position. Indeed, a number of alternatives that we have in the midfield is not tough enough, but overall I've got a good squad, "he added.
Related to excess stock on the front line, Fergie mentioned going to throw one of the strikers. In this case, the name was widely known Dimitar Berbatov going to be a victim, following the disappointment of the players because Fergie is not played in the Champions League final, which United lost 1-3 to Barcelona. However, Fergie flatly denied the news.
"Dimitar (Berbatov) is fine. No problem. He's also been training hard. Yes, he was disappointed not to play in the finals, but I'm also sad to tell him that he would not take part (in the final), "he continued.
"But indeed this is what has always been the problem in football. When playing a big game, you not only disappoint a player, but you disappoint six or seven players, "he concluded.
Currently, United do have a lot of stock attackers. Noted, there are seven forward-owned United. They are Dimitar Berbatov, Wayne Rooney, Javier 'Chicharito' Hernandez, Michael Owen, Mame Biram Diouf, Thursday, Federico Macheda and Ashley Young recruits are well prepared to fight to get the main venue.

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