Fergie and Anderson have bust up

by Adam - August 25th, 2009. Filed under: Premier League.

Recent reports are suggesting the Manchester United midfielder has had an argument with manager Sir Alex Ferguson.

Brazilian Anderson is only 21 and has a huge future ahead of him, however when a player argues with Sir Alex, they are normally kicked out of the door. This has happened with Beckham, Van Nistelrooy and perhaps even Ronaldo.

This arguement occured when Anderson did not make the team against Chelsea in the community shield. Darren Gibson was in the squad and Anderson didn’t see why he was picked ahead of him.

Anderson also reportedly said that he would prefer to leave rather than sit on the bench and after an arguement with Sir Alex, he may have no choice but to leave.

He had only played an hour this season, that in the defeat to Burnley and he was on the left wing and didn’t really alter the match.

I think that Anderson has a huge future ahead of him and has produced some good displays for United but if this is true, I think it wouldn’t be too bad for United as there are other players around to replace him.

Wesley Sneijder was told by Madrid to find a club because he wouldn’t be playing too often, the dutchmen was one of several to receive this message.

Sneijder insists that he wants to stay and has rejected a move to Inter Milan but he could possibly be holding out for a move to the Premier League.

He is an already proven player unlike Anderson and is rather similar to Paul Scholes in passing and shooting abilty. He would couple well in centre midfield with Hargreaves, if he ever gets fit, or the flying scotsman himself Darren Fletcher.

Sneijder would solve any problems with the free kick side of things although Nani is doing fairly well at the moment, he would deliver better corners than Nani though too.

Another huge plus is that Madrid will not ask for too much for him, probably in the region of 15m and I do think that United should get him, even if Anderson doesn’t leave.

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