Tuesday, July 10, 2007

Striker talk latest: Red legend drops big hint...

Ferguson remains confident that West Ham's Argentine striker Carlos Tevez will soon become a United player, according to the man from Govan, as far as he's concerned everything is in order and that the only thing which could be holding up the move is the Premier League. David Gill, United's CEO, is currently away on holiday and that could also be a factor in bringing the move to its conclusion.

However, reports claim that the deal could take some time to be finalised, the transfer is caught up in the row with Sheffield United and there's still question marks about who will receive the bulk of any fee for Tevez.

As far as the Premier League are concerned, West Ham should receive a fair chunk of the cash for the player - which may well be a bone of contention for his agent. The good news is that Tevez and his advisors want the deal to go ahead and so fingers crossed the wheels will soon be in motion and the deal will be completed in the next week or so.

Moving on to other news and Roy Keane, United legend and Sunderland manager says that everyone needs to 'chill out' regarding the lack of activity on incoming players. The Black Cats boss let it be known that he has agreed prices and deals for other players, and that all will become clear in the days ahead. Reading between the lines, this could well mean that Alan Smith and possibly Kieran Richardson could soon be heading to the Stadium of Light to link up with their former team-mate. Watch this space...

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