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Wednesday, 29 October 2008

Alex Ferguson Claims Real Madrid Never Wanted Heinze

Sir Alex Ferguson certainly knows how to wind people up for sure. Especially Real Madrid - and why not ? They have this feeling of being abobe everyone and have this habit of doing as they please with total disregard to any rules. Fergie has said that Real Madrid only signed Gabriel Heinze from Manchester United in 2007 in a bid to try and lure his good friend Cristiano Ronaldo from Old Trafford. I imagine that will be a shot in the eye for Heinze too who tried to break that unwritten rule whereby NO UNITED player will EVER be sold to Liverpool no matter what !!

Heinze was never a transfer priority to Los Merengues, according to Ferguson who believes the Spanish champions had a plan when they captured the Argentinian left back. He claims Real were already desperate to sign Ronaldo, and thought that brining one of his best pals to the Santiago Bernabeu would definitely convince him to follow in his footsteps.

Ferguson has attacked the Primera Liga giants and named them as ‘General Franco’s club’.

Speaking to GQ magazine Sir Alex said: “When we sold Gabriel Heinze to Real Madrid we knew it was going to happen, because Ronaldo was very close to Heinze, I knew what they were doing. I don’t believe they were interested in Heinze - good player though he is. The end-game was to get Ronaldo. What made it really obscene was that Madrid, as General Franco’s club, had a history of being able to get whoever and whatever they wanted, before democracy came to Spain.” Go Fergie !! .....Back To Home Page

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