Man Utd news – Suarez keen on Prem move, Ozil rules out exit, No Sneijder bid

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Suarez keen on Prem move.

Luis Suarez has given his biggest indication yet that he wants to move to the Premier League, news that will alert Manchester United and Tottenham. The Ajax forward who bagged 49 goals last season had a fantastic World Cup by helping Uruguay to the semi-finals. This has alerted the English sides and the 23 year old told the Daily Star Sunday:“If a Premier League side comes in for me it will be very difficult for Ajax to keep me. Manchester United are a great side and if you join Manchester United and are there for any length of time you will win things.”

Ozil rules out exit.

Germany star Mesut Ozil has disappointed many of Europe’s big guns by committing his short term future to Werder Bremen. The midfielder had a fantastic World Cup where he was nominated for the prestigious golden ball award. This has made Manchester United, Arsenal and Barcelona all keen to capture the 21 year old. However the playmaker told Bild: “Bremen want me to fulfil the contract and so do I, that is important to me.” Ozil’s contract expires in 2011, where there will be a huge tussle for his signature.

No Sneijder bid.

Manchester United have not made a bid for Inter’s Wesley Sneijder, says United manager Sir Alex Ferguson. The midfielder who was outstanding for Holland in the World Cup scoring 5 goals has been rumoured to have turned down an offer to move to Old Trafford. However Ferguson who is preparing his side for next season told the Mail on Sunday: “I don’t know where those reports about Sneijder came from. How can anybody turn me down when I haven’t even made a bid?”. It wouldn’t be a surprise if the Red Devils had bid for the 26 year old as they are looking for a natural replacement for Paul Scholes who retires at the end of this coming season.

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