Man United must go all out to sign Vidal

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Why Vidal is far more important to Man United than Di Maria

Date: 18th July 2014 at 6:33pm
Written by Thomas Hallett

A year on from spending £27million on Marouane Fellaini, Manchester United and Louis van Gaal are reluctant to part with a similar ballpark figure to land Arturo Vidal from Juventus. The Chilean international has been one of two midfielders heavily linked with a move to the club this summer; the other being Angel Di Maria. But Vidal would hold far more importance to United’s restructuring than the Real Madrid winger. Di Maria has looked destined for the exit door at the Bernabeu for the last year. Ahead of the January window, it appeared that Monaco had stolen a march on their rivals for Di Maria’s signature. That move didn’t materialise, but Florentino Perez’s new-found fancy of James Rodriguez, and the involvement of Gareth Bale and rise of Jese Rodriguez, forces the need for a major sale, much like Mesut Ozil’s following Bale’s signing last summer. Manchester ... Read More

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    André Hatlevik
    1 week ago

    Vidal doesn’t even top Khedira. The German he is like number 2 on holding midfielders with only Yaya Toure on top

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