Sunday, August 19, 2007

United offer 'cut-price' Heinze to Spanish giants...

A report in the Sunday Times claims that United have offered want-away Argentine star Gaby Heinze to both Barcelona and Real Madrid for a knockdown fee. Fergie has made it fairly clear that Patrice Evra is the club's first choice left-back, not surprisingly Heinze doesn't fancy a bit-part at this stage of his career.

It's being reported that the Spanish clubs are not interested in acquiring the Argentine. Heinze's destination of choice would be to join bitter North West rivals Liverpool and while there's no official rule which states players cannot move between the two clubs, they are rarer than a Man City trophy winning year. The last switch took place in 1964, 43 years ago.

The saga is set to go to a three man Premier League arbitration panel. The outcome will be interesting to say the least, a lot will depend on how far United are willing to take this matter.

It could, I suspect, go all the way to the courts of law.

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