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Cardiff City Accept Everton Bid For Ramsey

The race for Aaron Ramsey's signature continues to intensify with Everton alos being given permission to speak to the young star after having an offer accepted.


That means that Manchester United, Arsenal and the Toffees can all offer a deal to Ramsey while Liverpool are shortly expected to join them as they finalise a deal matching those already accepted.


Manchester United still lead the chase and fully expect to land their man. This is good news c=for Cardiff City fans as Man Utd are prepared to loan Ramsey back for a season.


The best news however, is for Welsh football and Ramsey himself. These are 4 or the top 5 Premiership teams falling over each other for his contract. Ramsey may yet take his time before making the biggest decision of his life.






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Writer: Bluebirdshroom Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday June 4 2008

Time: 11:24AM

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My money's on him signing for Man U or Arsenal, which is a shame as he's unlikely to make the first XI at either club for some time yet. A move to Everton would probably be better in the short term
VinnieScouseland
United. i think he supports utd aswell.
jamie_r
With him being so young, if he goes to one of the big four he's unlikely to break into the first team for a while. You ought to see if you can keep him on a years loan.
dazza71
 

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