Secret documents leaked to United Rant conclusively prove Manchester United has made a bid for Inter Milan playmaker Wesley Sneijder. The Dutch international, currently at the World Cup in South Africa, is thought to be Sir Alex Ferguson’s primary transfer target this summer as the Scot aims to regain the Premier League from Chelsea.
Sneijder has proven an astute purchase since joining Inter from Real Madrid in a £12.4 million deal last summer. The former Ajax midfielder led Inter to a Serie A, Italian Cup and Champions League treble in his first season with the club. One of the players of the tournament, Sneijder has led Holland to the 2010 World Cup final, scoring four goals.
The faxed offer represents Sir Alex Ferguson’s attempt to find value in the transfer market.
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17 thoughts on “Exclusive: Sneijder offer doc leaked”
lol! legendary post
That made me chuckle! 🙂
Been following the jokes on twitter, so seeing the end result is funny.
Although you should know that John O’Shea would never be permitted to leave the club!
Where are the ready-made prawn sandwiches? appualing!
how much have man united offerd for wesley. and will the deal go through.
Great value indeed 😀
LOL, this is how we do business due to our american owners….
It’s just ridiculous that utd would only offer 14 bags of coal when we all know full well he’d be worth at least 20 bags! And we all know that those eccles cakes would all be gone before John oshea hit the Italian border
Nice one Ed. 😀
I like this site, but this post is a crap. I don’t find it funny, but perhaps I am just in bad mood. 🙁 🙁
The Bitters will outbid us… they’ve got oil.
Droll… I used to watch this site and listen to the podcast religiously, but is getting increasingly difficult to put up with the negativity and cynicism.
Awww don’t worry there’s always ManUtd.com for red tinted optimism!
muhaha that;s just brilliant and not far off the truth.
Ha that’s clasic!
87 Eccles cakes does not represent good value.
Shame on Fergie for going back on his parsimonious words.