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Serbian Dreams Come True

The Serbian lads, Zoran Tosic and Adem Ljajic, who signed for us last week, have today claimed that playing for Manchester United is a dream come true. Tosic was in the stands for our recent 3-0 win over Southampton, sitting behind Sir Bobby Charlton, and cannot wait to get started.

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Serbian Terms Agreed At Long Last… And Squad Numbers Given

Manchester United agreed a deal with Partizan Belgrade for their two players, Zoran Tosic and Adem Ljajic, almost a month ago. It should have been plain sailing from this point but we were unable to resolve their personal terms, with the players obviously clinging on to the idea of more money than we were prepared [...]

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Club Confirms Continued Serbian Talks

David Gill has today confirmed that the deals for Serbian pair Zoran Tosic and Adem Ljajic are still being ironed out. Whilst work permits and transfer fees have been organised, the personal terms are yet to be agreed, either suggesting the club are being tight bastards, or the Serbians are greedy. Knowing what we do [...]

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PICTURE: Zoran Tosic With United Shirt

Zoran Tosic, who was given a work permit last week which enables him to join United in January, has been seen out with a United shirt. Following Dimitar Berbatov signing a United shirt before he’d officially sealed the deal with the club, Tosic has gone one step further and actually looks set to try it [...]

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Tosic Gets A Work Permit!

Reports earlier this week suggested that the supposed transfers for Zoran Tosic and Adem Ljajic were a load of rubbish. It seems as though Partizan Belgrade were double bluffing though, as now it appears as if a work permit application has been approved, with the left-winger set to join United in January.

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Are We Signing Zoran Tosic and Adem Ljajic? Apparently Not

Partizan Belgrade youngsters, Zoran Tosic and Adem Ljajic, have been linked very heavily with a move to our club, with talks of work permits and millions of quid in transfer fees flying around. Apparently, it’s all nonsense.

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