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Submitted by karim 911d ago | rumor

Chelsea and Manchester United Hold Interest in Out-of-Favour Fabio Coentrao

Chelsea and Manchester United are interested in out-of-favour Real Madrid left-back-cum-midfielder Fabio Coentrao, according to Spanish daily AS.

Coentrao looks to be heading to the exit door at the Bernabeu sooner rather than later after falling foul of manager Jose Mourinho and also struggling to make the desired impression on the pitch. (Chelsea, Fábio Coentrão, Manchester United, Real Madrid, Transfers)

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vulcanproject  +   911d ago
City too apparently. Chelsea and United may need a new left back soonest however. Coentrao would be a good buy because he has potential to be top drawer at left back which is where he would play for the two clubs
KingPin  +   911d ago
lets hope ronaldo can talk him into signing for MUFC like van der sar did for RVP.
buddymagoo  +   910d ago
Real Madrid don't sell to United.

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