San Siro linked with move to capture Old Trafford star.
AC Milan are being heavily linked with a move to sign Man United centre-back Nemanja Vidic according to the Daily Express.
The 31 year old has missed a great deal of the last two seasons through injury and David Moyes may be ready to offload the Serbian international, with Benfica’s Ezquiel Garay repeatedly linked with a move to the Old Trafford club.
Vidic could well be interested in a fresh challenge at AC Milan and this source states that the Serie A side could be ready to line-up the experienced defender alongisde French internatioanl Phillipe Mexes.
Clearly at points during his Man United career Nemanja Vidic was a crucial part of the club’s defence and was considered one of the best centre-backs in Europe at one point but injuries have taken their toll and having made just 24 Premier League starts in his last two seasons.
Vidic cost Man United £7m in December 2005 and has made a total of 264 appearances for the club, helping the Old Trafford side to five Premier League titles and a Champions League triumph in the process.
If gambling on the summer’s biggest transfers is your game, then there’s lots of markets available online for such. Following these odds often makes for fascinating reading as various punters with inside connections shorten the odds with their betting.
Other forms of online gambling is also available such as the Intertops pokies room where football fanatics could play a variety of themed games whilst watching their team play on the tele.
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As sports and gambling remain so closely affiliated, discussions on next season’s league champions is already underway with odds providing the substance of most debates. Is Nemanja Vidic wise to stay at Manchester United and bid for the premier league title or do their big rivals, Chelsea and Manchester City, have more of a chance to win this season. Currently, the odds appear to favour all 3 teams with little between them.