Manchester United to net Schmeichel

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SON of Old Trafford goalkeeping legend Peter Schmeichel, Leeds United’s Kasper, is being linked with a move to Manchester United.
An impressive season between the sticks for the Dane has coincided with current Man Utd stopper Edwin Van Der Sar’s retirement – leading to talk the Championship keeper could be snapped up for small fee of several million.
Although Sir Alex Ferguson is likely to be targeting a big money first choice keeper such as Manuel Neuer or David de Gea for his number one, not many fans would be saddened to the see name of ‘Schmeichel’ on the teamsheet once more, even if it was warming the bench.
Perhaps they could offer contracts to Calum Best and Brooklyn Beckham too, while they’re at it.

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9 thoughts on “Manchester United to net Schmeichel

  1. Woah now! Not so fast Mr Grayson. We should always discuss transfer policy before we go public. The money would come in useful for buying McCartney permanently! LOL

  2. I’m too tired to sign anything!
    Seriously though – utter tosh. For the plain fact he’s not good enough. He will leave though this summer.
    Great character but not essential we keep him and the money would be welcome to strengthen the defence – which is rubbish.

  3. Despite your recent purchase from me Mr. Bates I am keeping a watchful eye on comings and goings.
    Do not let me down.

  4. we’ve alex bruce… you can have him too. oh, and ben parker (no relation, but same name).
    $20 million, and they are yours!

  5. I hear we’re ditching him and picking up Keiren Westwood on a free at the end of the season anyway. In all fairness he’s a good reaction shot stopper but not a lot else. Our conceding so many goals isn’t solely down to our defence and defensive centre mid, he’s been to blame for a fair few

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