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Discussion: What Do We Do With Heinze?

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What Do We Do With Heinze?

So now that he’s lost his appeal, surely people might be expecting us to flog him to the next interested club – so long as it is not Liverpool.

So do we wait for a good offer and freeze him in our reserves? Is his situation completely beyond repair? (I know I will get obvious answers to that question, but is there a chance Fergie can convince him?) I believe SAF still rates him as a player.

His inclusion at LB could push Evra forward at LM, thus giving us more penetration forward and better defensive protection at the back. Honestly, I found Evra to be far more threatening on the left wing than Nani. Only if he could be more consistent throughout the match.

Anyhow, what do you guys think? Discuss away at our forum thread created for this purpose.

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Update: If is to be believed, reports from the Argentine press seems to point towards Madrid having signed Heinze. So is it clear that Real Madrid is now the official retirement home of ex-Man United players?