Cutie & Controversy – Transfer Talk

Mats Moller Daehli is 15 (hands off!), “is a combination of Lionel Messi and Xavi,” and has already been guaranteed a professional contract by the Premier League giants when he turns 17.

He is also very cute.

The Oh-No-He-Didn’t! Section:

Stabaek reserve and academy team head coach Morten Tveit had this to say:We are just happy to send such a good player as Mats to the best club in England. Had it been Leeds [United] or Everton it would have been difficult. Man United is a professional, serious club.”

A Tale of Two GKs

He sees us!

David De Gea is 20, plays for Athletico Madrid, and costs £15 million. I think a much needed injection of some Spanish caliente is totally worth it!

Forehead wrinkles, mmm.

Anders Lindegaard.

Remember to breathe, ladies.

He’s 26, Danish, plays for Aalesunds FK, and costs £3.5 million.

Here is a video of him speaking excellent English, and wearing a hat:

Because of his very low price, United may step up and buy both David and Anders. Judging from the photographic evidence, I for one have NO problem with this.

But there’s more to football than just shamelessly sublime manflesh, ladies. Here’s where the controvery steps in.

Ex-United GK Peter Schmeichel has said that he does not think Lindegaard is good enough for United. Schmeichel thinks Sir Alex Ferguson is making a serious error bringing in the 26-year-old from the Norwegian club Aalesunds FK.

“I don’t believe it for a minute,” Schmeichel replied in an interview last week in which he championed Liverpool’s José Reina as the right man to take over from Van der Sar if, as expected, the Dutchman retires at the end of the season.

I also wouldn’t mind the deliciously bald Pepe Reina as our new #1. He does have the experience, skill, and raw sexuality needed for the job. But alas, all reports of him transferring to Manchester have been denied.

So come on you Reds! Tell me what you think!

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