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Man United plot double Madrid swoop for Real's Coentrao and Atletico's Koke


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By James McLean

Saturday 04 January 2014

Man United could be preparing for a double swoop on Madrid, with Atletico’s Koke and Real defender Fabio Coentrao on David Moyes’ January sales shopping list, according to The Mirror.


Fabio Coentrao


Coentrao had appeared set to secure a deadline day move to Old Trafford back at the end of the previous transfer window, but Real decided to pull the plug on the deal at the eleventh hour after missing out on their own target, Guilherme Siqueira.


However, he has failed to establish himself in Los Blancos’ first team, and manager Carlo Ancelotti could be ready to listen to offers for the 25-year-old after preferring young left-backs Nacho and Jorge Casado in recent weeks.


Coentrao, who joined the Spanish outfit from Benfica in 2011 for €30m with Ezequiel Garay going in the other direction, is still in Man United’s crosshairs and could be set to finally get his move to the Premier League champions this time around, depending on United’s degree of interest of course.


Koke, meanwhile, was thought to be the subject of a recent meeting between United’s people and Atletico’s, and Moyes himself was spotted at the Vicente Calderon in what was thought to be a first-hand scouting mission.


The 21-year-old would be costly, however. He only signed a new deal with Atletico back in September, and could set the Red Devils back around £30m if any kind of negotiations are going to progress.


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By LEROY S. FLOMINEEI on 06 January 2014 at 10:02


DAVID MOYES please also sign MArco REUS He is very good on the ball pls do it for me because am very unhappy with you and the team.please sign all of my four players this weekendMr. Manager.


By LEROY S. FLOMINEEI on 06 January 2014 at 08:56


By Leroy S. Flomineei, Please sign this three players now orderwhy you will finaly leave man utd as a manager.here is the players that i need now on OLD TRAFFORD, KOKE,HRERIA and FABIO COENTRAO.THANK PLS DO IT FOR ME MANAGER DAVID MOYES.


By Mr bankole on 05 January 2014 at 15:46


If united want to end in top four they should hurry and sign players now,if possible they should loan players this january or united will kiss the top6 good bye. They know what happen to liverpool


By Bamaiyi abari on 05 January 2014 at 13:03


Pls and pls David moyes we beg u to sign players for us we need Koke, luke shaw.


By isiri jnr on 05 January 2014 at 07:08


i want moyes to sign world class player to man united


By JUSTICE SP on 05 January 2014 at 05:42


MOYES SHOULD SIGN KOKE THIS WEEK.


By Adekunle on 04 January 2014 at 21:41


I think united we sining world calss prayers like koke and hereria


 
 

 
 
 
 

 
 

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