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Fabian Delph rumoured to be joining Man Utd in January

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Fabian_Delph_644011a.jpgLEEDS’ midfielder Fabian Delph is off to Manchester United in January.The left-sided star, 18, has been watched by the Reds for months and a fee of close to £5million has been agreed.After missing out on Theo Walcott and Aaron Ramsey, Old Trafford boss Alex Ferguson has moved quickly to seal the deal.Delph has played just 21 first-team games for Leeds, who have already snubbed a bid from Newcastle.And a United insider said: “It’s as certain as it gets that Fabian will be a Red in January. It’s a done deal.”
Leeds vs. Walsall Highlightshttp://www.101greatgoals.com/videodisplay/1702281/ (skip to 14mins and 17mins to see his goals)

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Pussybum is gunna be pissed, his leg must not be the same in training? SAF replacing that failure there

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Arsenal to get Leeds teen Fabian Delphhttp://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/200...15875-20868340/Leeds will sell Fabian Delph, 18, to Arsenal in January - as long as the Gunners send him back on loan for the rest of the season. Arsenal lead the chase for the £6m-rated England U19 stopper. Sunderland and Bolton are also keen. Leeds are resigned to losing Delph, but not before he has helped them win promotion.from tuesdays paper, hope we get him.

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my mans got bare talent ya know some of the white guys i know are hardcore united fans and say hes the best player theyve seen at the club since everybody left like kewell and them. they said he gonna be good enough to play for arsenal one day.

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Arsenal to get Leeds teen Fabian Delphhttp://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/200...15875-20868340/Leeds will sell Fabian Delph, 18, to Arsenal in January - as long as the Gunners send him back on loan for the rest of the season. Arsenal lead the chase for the £6m-rated England U19 stopper. Sunderland and Bolton are also keen. Leeds are resigned to losing Delph, but not before he has helped them win promotion.from tuesdays paper, hope we get him.
man utd got parred

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Jermaine Beckford must have the worst attitude in football then if he aint getting bought by someone
Or it could just be that he's 25 next month and League one is his level.

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Well hopefully if hes that good Gary McAllister can put a good word in for Liverpool...Or then again Arsenal can have him... Centre midfield partnership of Ramsey and Delph next year? lol

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Arsenal to get Leeds teen Fabian Delphhttp://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/200...15875-20868340/Leeds will sell Fabian Delph, 18, to Arsenal in January - as long as the Gunners send him back on loan for the rest of the season. Arsenal lead the chase for the £6m-rated England U19 stopper. Sunderland and Bolton are also keen. Leeds are resigned to losing Delph, but not before he has helped them win promotion.from tuesdays paper, hope we get him.
man utd got parred
That story came out Tuesday, United story came out yesterday

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Leeds United chairman Ken Bates has repeated his claim that teenage midfielder Fabian Delph will see out his contract and not be sold to a Premier League side.Delph, a product of the Leeds academy, is a known target of Manchester United, Arsenal and Newcastle.The 18-year-old has been a revelation for Gary McAllister’s League One outfit having been handed his first-team debut at the start of the season.“I’m sick of reading about it. It’s usually written by people who are flying kites,” Bates told Yorkshire Radio."This is the last time I’m saying it. Fabian has just signed a four-year contract and is with us until 2012.“We do not intend to comment any further on this speculation anywhere.”

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