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Manchester United: Midfield Target Set To Extend His Contract + Wayne Rooney Latest

Vidal to United?
Vidal to United?

Former Mancehster United midfield target Arturo Vidal is all set for a new contract at Juventus reports Sky sports.  The Chilean midfielder Vidal who was voted Juventus’ player of the year last season was once targeted by United and Real Madrid, but Juve slapped a £50 million price tag and kept him at the club and if reports are to be believed he will extend his current contract which runs until 2016 and to reward his loyalty Vidal will get an additional five million euros per year.

“Vidal arrived in Turin and the move was met with some scepticism,” Juventus club administrator Giuseppe Marotta said to Tuttosport. “But he has done very well and now he should be rewarded.

“There have been big clubs in Europe interested in him, but in the coming weeks, his contract will be prolonged and economically adequate.”


Other headlines circulating:

Remember Wayne Rooney’s horrifying head injury that kept him out of the International action? Latest pictures show that the United hitman is fast healing but still has a scar on his forehead.

While England take on Ukraine in the 2014 World Cup qualifying match, Rooney was found in Anco Nascente sands in Quinta do Lago spending time with his wife and kids. And one lucky fan managed to convince him for a quick snap.


In other news, Dailymail reports that Manchester United police are put on alert ahead of the all important derby day this coming 22nd in a bid to avoid drastic scenes alike last year. City host United in the season’s first derby game between the two rivals and police are advised to have a pre-match patrols to stop obscene graffiti being daubed round the Etihad Stadium

Last year, Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand was left bleeding when a coin struck on top of his eyes and several other scenes including City goalkeeper Joe Hart stopping his own supporter from entering into the ground