Heinze decision day

Gabriel HeinzeAn FA Premiership panel will meet today to discuss Gabriel Heinze’s proposed move to Liverpool FC.

The Man United defender is in possession of a letter signed by the United Chief Executive stating that he could sign for a club if a transfer valuation in the region of £6.8 million was met. Liverpool have met this valuation however United are determined not to sell to Liverpool.

In the past week Man United have worked hard to tout the defender around several major European clubs, but it is believed that the player is only keen on a move to Anfield.

Several rumours have suggested that the player will be able to buy himself out of his contract in the January transfer window.

Whether the panel will be able to reach a decision and announce it today is not known. The transfer window closes in 10 days time.

Alex Ferguson’s initial comments suggested that the Heinze would become a Liverpool player only ‘over his dead body’.

2 comments on
Heinze decision day

  1. it would feel a bit wierd to have a utd player on our books, especially after has thwarted us in many league games, however if a player is going to show enough interest in a move to liverpool to go to the f.a. about a move, then we should welcome him, and we HAVE matched the 6.8mil valuation of him. he would provide good cover, as hypia is on his last legs.
    i wouldnt play him at left back though, aurelio is on a road to recovery, and we have arbeloa who can play either side as a full back, not to mention rocket-foot-riise…
    as long as he knows he’s not first 11, thats cool.

  2. Fergie is old so if he feels its over his dead body fine, cos we’ll show him love by sending flowers and condolenses to the family. Why does he think he’s God? He should rather concentrate on Manutd’s current league form than let trivial issues lead him to a not too expected grave.

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