United Chasing United’s Defender in January

December 13 06:02 2007 Print This Article

After hearing the player was rejecting a new contract offer from the Red Devils, United will try to persuade Manchester United defender Wes Brown in January transfer window.

Although Sir Alex said Brown was not for sale, the player himself and his advisers sounding an interest in a move to Newcastle. Whenever the transfer is finally made possible, he could link up with two former team-mates, Nicky Butt and Alan Smith.

The Journal report today Brown also attracted interest from macKem land. In my honest opinion, Brown would prefered a move to the Tyne side rather drop down with macKems.

More from the Journal, it was rumoured that Brown even discussed the possibility of a move to St James’s Park with Michael Owen and Kieron Dyer during the England’s summer internationals.

Big Sam is still believe he will get him following Brown’s decision not to sign Manchester United’s final contract offer last week. His present deal expires in June, means he is free to negotiate under Bosman’s transfer rule in January. Allardyce hoping to bring Wes up to North by offering Manchester United around £3m during the next transfer window. Brown has won 14 caps for England.

Allardyce seeing Brown as an ideal signing because of his vast Premier League experience. But according to the ManUtd fans site, Wes Brown has the weakness in his temperament who can occasionally lose concentration in the “big” games and get panic. He is also injury prone, been severely hampered by bad injuries.

Meanwhile, they also describe the strengths of 6 feet tall player which is his heading and one of the fastest defenders around and will not be outrun by quick forwards.

If Sam Allardyce finally offering a genuine transfer request to Sir Alex Ferguson, that would be the end of speculations about Brazilian Edmilson moves to Newcastle from FC Barcelona.

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