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Manchester United Joins Pastore Hunt?

Palermo starlet, Javier Pastore, has been well known for his exciting potential especially since the player showing plenty improvement this season in carrying his team’s attack along with Illicic and Fabrizio Micolli. The Argentinian fine display is undoubtedly attracted many suitors and after rumors linking him with two Spanish giants, Barcelona and Real Madrid, latest rumors from Italy suggested that English side, Manchester United, have also joined the parade.

Reports claim that the English team are set to offer cash around 40 million for the Argentinian international, which is pretty much a large sum of money that won’t likely to be spend by Sir Alex Ferguson on just a player. Not only that, previous reports also stated that Palermo owner, Maurizio Zampirini, put a high price tag around 70 million Euro for his favorite playmaker, that has also caught the eye of several fellow Italian sides such as Juventus, Ac Milan and Inter Milan.

Speculation about United’s possibility in luring Pastore occurred as the media believes that Sir Alex Ferguson is currently searching for a new playmaker that can replace the role of his veteran player, Paul Scholes, who isn’t getting any younger. The Argentinian international is very well known for his ability to prize up defenses with his blistering dribbles, movements, good passing quality and also great vision.

Surely all of Pastore’s quality can pretty much suited Ferguson’s need, however the fact that the player himself is still keen on staying at the club for at least another season might also be the hurdles that stand in the veteran manager’s plan to acquire the Argentinian. However, anything can happen next summer as this days there have been so many unlikely transfer scenario that happened in Europe, meaning that as slim as the possibilities, there’s always a chance for the transfer to happen.