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Media Watch July 7 – Wenger rejects £20m for Nasri

July 7, 2011 – There are more Manchester United stories in the media than any other club – some are worth reading, others are absolute garbage! How can anyone possibly keep up with them all? Truly Reds does it’s best to bring you the latest news but there’s only so much that can be covered. One alternative is to collate the stories which cannot be updated daily so that they can at least be brought to your attention each Thursday of every week

Arsenal digs heels on any Nasri move to United

Nasri to demand a move to United but £20m offer rejected by WengerThe Guardian

Brown and O’Shea Sunderland transfers should be wrapped up this week – The Telegraph

Scholes does not rate Arsenal as a United challenger – The Telegraph

Neville claims that United will become better than  BarcelonaThe Sun

van der Sar confident that de Gea can follow in his footstepsMail Online

Are United losing their identity of being Made in Manchester? – Manchester Evening News

So the Glazers are now looking at buying a Formula One team! The Daily Mail

The end of season Manchester United Awards as seen by – ESPN Soccernet

Hargreaves attempts to win a contract by going on You TubeManchester Evening News

Gary Neville memorabilia exhibition at the Old Trafford Museummanutd.com

Who would prefer to see at United – Nasri or Sneijder?

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4 Responses to “Media Watch July 7 – Wenger rejects £20m for Nasri”

  1. Truly Red Vin says:

    Nasri or Sneijder? Then Sneijder I guess. Only cos he is more established. I’d love both though it is wishful.

  2. murty says:

    If we did get nasri & sneijder to join up with ashley young we could have a very different midfield next year. If Nasri does come then I think it will definitely be Giggs’ last season and I wouldn’t be altogether surprised if he didn’t even make the squad. With Brown, O’Shea etc on the way out and the arrivals there is a big shake up going on – Ferguson really wants to breathe new life into things and blend youthful skill and exurberance and ambition with experienced players like Vidic, Evra and Rooney. There are exiting times ahead. It may take more than this summer and maybe even next season for things to take shape but there is no doubt that Ferguson is planning a serious trophy assault over the next 3-4 years.

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