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ENGLAND/ MAN. UTD, RVP price is not right for Fergie

09.08.2012 13.15 by TM W  read 2934
Source: The Sun
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Sir Alex Ferguson has revealed that Arsenal are refusing to budge on a £15million Manchester United bid for Robin van Persie as he lost out on another transfer target, teenage Brazilian Lucas Moura, to big-spending PSG.

Fergie said: “It’s difficult to know why they are operating in this way. We’ve been trying our best but there’s been no progress.
“You know we’ve made a bid but Arsenal have been trying to negotiate with other clubs.
"They are not giving anything away. I’ve not got a gut feeling about this one. We have not had any breakthrough.”
United have already made a £15million bid — but Arsenal are looking for more than £20m.
Sources close to Van Persie, who trained with Arsenal in Germany yesterday, say he wants to move to Old Trafford but Manchester City remain in the frame.
 

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