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Manchester United Transfer Rumours: 4 Biggest Gossip Stories of the Week

(Bleacher Report)

Manchester United have been in ventilating form so far this preseason. They opened their US tour with a 4-1 victory over the New England Revolution to kick off their participation in the 2011 World Football Challenge.

Having already added Ashley Young, David De Gea and Phil Jones to the squad, they have seemed satisfied for the most part with their transfer dealings.

However, the constant rumors surrounding Inter Milan‘s Welsey Sneijder have been a constant talking point, but with all the signs pointing to it not happening, I am omitting it from the top stories this week.

More things are happening closer to the immediate squad and club, and that is far more important gossip than far fetching rumors that are still not entirely accurate as far as we know.

There are still a few more games for the Red Devils before they return to England, but no matter where they go, the stories will follow. So without further ado, here are the top four stories for the Manc’s this week……Click Here to Start Slide Show

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About thomasatzenhoffer

Thomas is a freelance sports writer and blogger from Greenville, South Carolina. He maintains The Daily Atz on Facebook, and you can follow him on twitter@thedailyatz for news from Liverpool FC, and the world of soccer. He is a Bleacher Report Featured Columnist on Liverpool FC and World Football and publishes daily throughout the week on rumors, speculation, match previews, analysis, and special interest pieces. His education and life experiences have helped him to get to where he is today, along with his amazingly supportive fiance. Thomas holds a bachelors of science in both History and Entrepreneurial Business from Western Carolina University. Adding to his writing topics and experience he has also consulted on many green energy and business development projects, and writes articles for the HVAC, alternative energy and business fields.

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