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PL Clubs Keepng An Eye On Redmond

Manchester United are thought to be very interested in acquiring the services of Blues winger Nathan Redmond according to the Daily Mirror.

The 18-year-old has been putting in some good performances for City when picked and just his form last season made some of the bigger clubs sit up and take notice.

Redmond won Young Player of the Year at St. Andrews last season, scoring seven goals.

Manager Lee Clark has not used Redmond as often as some fans would like to see him take the field, on Saturday he came on as a sub in the win against Brighton.

As well as Man United, Tottenham, Liverpool and Stoke City are all rumoured to be interested.




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Date:Wednesday October 3 2012

Time: 2:49PM

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