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Manchester United look to put club's shirt on Saudis as new sponsor

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27 Mar 2009 09:31:18

Manchester United look to put club's shirt on Saudis as new sponsor

Manchester United are in advanced talks with Saudi Telecom to replace troubled insurance firm AIG as the club's shirt sponsor. United are already sweating on the final £14m instalment of their AIG deal, amid calls for the agreement to be scrapped due to fears the payment could be funded by US state bail-out money. In talks: United''s main sponsor AIG looks set to be replaced by Saudi Telecom Meanwhile, Peterborough manager Darren Ferguson has suggested his father Sir Alex will retire at the end of next season.  Rooney's rage makes him special and it would be wrong to calm him down, says BeckhamFerdinand demands defenders are recognised as United skipper pushes for Vidic to be crowned Player of the yearMANCHESTER UNITED FC


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