Found May 05, 2013 on Soccerlens:
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Could Real Madrid’s €100M Neymar deal send Ronaldo back to Manchester United? - originally posted on Soccerlens.comSpanish daily newspaper Sport have reported that Real Madrid are set to rival Barcelona for the signature of Brazilian superstar Neymar this summer, and are willing to splurge a new world record transfer fee of €100 million for the Santos star. Should the Santiago Bernabeu club win the race to sign the Brazil international, the future of Cristiano Ronaldo could well be up in the air, and give Manchester United a chance to resign their former attacker. Neymar has long been speculated with a move to a top European club, and Barcelona have recently been touted as the favourites for the skilful frontman’s signature. However, rumours in Spain state that Real Madrid want to beat their Clasico rivals to Neymar’s hand, and will send director Jose Angel Sanchez to Brazil to seal a deal this week. Even for a club as wealthy as Real Madrid, the sale of a major player may well b...
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