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    Good old Sly Sports will make a meal of this story
    to pad out a quiet end to ‘Transfer Deadline Day’
    but what really happened??

    This is just my opinion
    Real have a policy of having basic personal terms agreed with a target
    well in advance of approach to club. In that respect it’s hard to fathom
    in this age og multi media lightning fast technology & communications
    (my isp being the exception ) how Real could fail to transmit the relevant documentation in good time

    Cast your mind back two seasons, when Herrera was a Manchester Utd target
    3 lawyers turned up in Spain a few hours before the end of transfer deadline
    the sale was held up long enough for it not to go ahead.
    Eventually United got their man next season Is it feasible to suggest Real baulking at the asking price
    engaged in a little brinkmanship, allowing the deal to collapse at the last minute, thus ensuring
    De Gea would remain at United for another year, unlikely to be bought in Jan transfer window
    as he would likely be ‘cup tied ‘ for champions league, leaving the way open for Real next summer
    with a cheaper bid? what do you think guys?


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    Good old Sly Sports will make a meal of this story
    to pad out a quiet end to ‘Transfer Deadline Day’
    but what really happened??

    This is just my opinion
    Real have a policy of having basic personal terms agreed with a target
    well in advance of approach to club. In that respect it’s hard to fathom
    in this age og multi media lightning fast technology & communications
    (my isp being the exception ) how Real could fail to transmit the relevant documentation in good time

    Cast your mind back two seasons, when Herrera was a Manchester Utd target
    3 lawyers turned up in Spain a few hours before the end of transfer deadline
    the sale was held up long enough for it not to go ahead.
    Eventually United got their man next season Is it feasible to suggest Real baulking at the asking price
    engaged in a little brinkmanship, allowing the deal to collapse at the last minute, thus ensuring
    De Gea would remain at United for another year, unlikely to be bought in Jan transfer window
    as he would likely be ‘cup tied ‘ for champions league, leaving the way open for Real next summer
    with a cheaper bid? what do you think guys?


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