Daily Talking Point Debate: Should Manchester United Sell Robin Van Persie?

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Daily Talking Point Debate: Should Manchester United Sell Robin Van Persie?
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Not so long ago, any question mark over Robin van Persie's future at Manchester United would have been viewed as heresy.

But the weekend saw the Holland international linked with a move away from Old Trafford in the summer, with former club Arsenal a potential destination, as James Boylan of The Metro reported.

Van Persie has failed to hit the heights of last season since returning from injury earlier this year, and Mark Ogden of the Daily Telegraph claims United manager David Moyes should consider selling the striker this summer as a "statement of intent" for the future.

But is it time for the Old Trafford club and Van Persie part ways in the summer?


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Yes. Wayne Rooney is a great number 10 but I think mata is better at 10 and Wayne is better at striker than at 10. This would also give Kagawa a chanc...
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Rooney only asked for a transfer once. The second time sir Alex made it up. Do your research. That's 1. Two when have you ever heard Rooney saying "my...
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If Moyes is replaced with a world class manager, RVP will stay and that manager would be able to get the best out of him and the team
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I never supported Manchester United getting RVP. He's injury prone. Never had a full heathy season until last year. But even then, when he did, he too...
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i dont think he has done much wrong. his form has been decent. 14 goals from 20 games is pretty good actually. 15 games 11goals in the league is very ...
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