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Man Utd move for Moura collapses over extra fees


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By Andrew Tuft

Tuesday 07 August 2012

Manchester United have pulled out of the transfer bringing Lucas Moura to the Premier League after the player’s representatives asked for a further £6m in additional fees as part of the deal, the Daily Mirror has reported.



United were willing to pay the £25m asking price set by Sao Paulo, Moura’s current club, but baulked at the extra money, which would have gone to Moura’s agent, Wagner Ribeiro, and the player’s family.


Sir Alex Ferguson had hoped to clinch the deal for Moura soon but with the player’s camp resistant to any attempt to lower their financial demands, United are now expected to move on to other targets. It had been reported that Moura had shied away from the move because he did not want to live in Manchester, but the club rejected that suggestion out of hand.


Moura is now expected to head to France, with the petrodollars of Paris Saint-Germain paying the requested sum, according to the president of Italian side Inter, who had also been pursuing the 19-year-old.



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9 Comments


By akin on 08 August 2012 at 17:17


Hmm...cant wait to see Moura in red side of Manchester!!!


By Edriz on 08 August 2012 at 09:44


sir u shoul 4get about moura just fing another talent


By Bimal rai on 08 August 2012 at 04:37


Glory glory man united...


By Edidiong Michael on 08 August 2012 at 01:55


Mehn, Manchester united aint up for any shit, Moura pissed his fucken *ss off man u for good. Jexin his looped agent to making some €s but he'll freaky rot in hell. Up man u!!!


By Awwal Alh Kanta on 07 August 2012 at 14:57


pls sir alex dont try to loss this talented mf cause it will going to be like c ronaldo ,one day madrid will come 4 him wit 80m pounds is feature player increase money to be come 37 or38m let see hw psg can do now.


By what the on 07 August 2012 at 12:20


This is all a lie because we never bidded 25mil for moura our highest bid was 26mil and the club said PSG arnt instreated.


By lucio on 07 August 2012 at 11:57


GET LUKA MODRIC FUCK LUCAS MOURA AND HIS AGENT AND AS FOR THEM BEARDED FUCKS ''THE GLAZERS'' THEY CAN GO PISS SHIT OUT OF OUR LOVELY CLUB.


By mohd zaki on 07 August 2012 at 11:35


Can somebody pls pass over this message to Lucas Moura, his fucking agent to his football club, just fuck off and you are not welcome at Man Utd. Greed will never bring you anywhere but down. And to the fucking Glazers pls dont put this club into more problems with your fucking debt. It's best that you fuckers fuck off too and let the real owners who knows about soccer to reign. MAN utd 4 Life!


By COOKAR on 07 August 2012 at 11:18


Greed greed greed get rid of agents


 
 

 
 
 
 

 
 

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