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Sunderland and Stoke in 4m fight for United goalkeeper Ben Foster

16 Jan 2010 23:11:51

Sunderland and Stoke in 4m fight for United goalkeeper Ben Foster

Sunderland and Stoke are each considering a move for goalkeeper Ben Foster, whose time is up at Manchester United. Premier League clubs have been alerted that the 26-year-old England World Cup hopeful now third choice at Old Trafford behind Edwin van der Sar and Tomasz Kuszczak is available for £4million. Times up: Out of favour Foster looks destined to leave Old Trafford Sunderland boss Steve Bruce is keen even though his Scotland No1Craig Gordon is returning from a shoulder injury while Stoke know allabout their old boy Foster, whom they sold to United for £1m. Stoke's move for Portsmouth keeper David James collapsed last week after Pompey insisted the loan ran until June 30.  Ben Foster up for sale as Edwin van der Sar returns at Manchester UnitedSir Alex Ferguson insists City can afford to buy anyone... even Lionel MessiUnited 3 Burnley 0: Berbatov boosted by purple patch but fans see redMANCHESTER UNITED FC


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