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MU Miss Opportunity Recruit Successor Zidane

MU Miss Opportunity Recruit Successor Zidane

Manchester United (MU) missed a chance to recruit Franck Ribery. The Red Devils took the stance in 2006, the year when Ribery caught the world’s attention as Zinedine Zidane’s successor.

Is Alex Ferguson who decided MU did not need Ribery.

He views it after watching the Frenchman directly when defending Olympique Marseille in the game against Bolton Wanderers in the UEFA Cup.

“Alex sees Ribery, but at halftime he decided Ribery is not good enough for Manchester United,” Alastair Campbell, who accompanied Ferguson at the moment, wrote in his column in The Times.

Ribery survives in Marseille a year away before accepting Bayern Munich’s proposal. Until now he still defends the Bavarian club. He has played 361 matches and scored 112 goals.

Even so, Ribery was rumored to be anchored at Old Trafford when MU looking for a replacement Cristiano Ronaldo sold to Real Madrid in 2009.

“At that time all the big clubs wanted me: Inter Milan, AC Milan, Barcelona, ​​Real Madrid, Juventus, MU But I am happy the club convinced me to stay I have won everything here My family is living in Munich” said Ribery.

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