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Zoarn Tosic and Ben Foster have both admitted that they leave United this summer. Tosic, on loan at Cologne, has said he wants to be involved in regular first team action – just what the Germans are giving him. Meanwhile Ben Foster has feared he may have to quit The Reds after his World Cup dreams are more or less over…

Tosic said he will only stay at Old Trafford if he is guaranteed a place in Sir Alex’s starting XI. The 23-year-old Serbian winger is very happy at Cologne, and may have his loan lengthened or join the club permanently. “If United want me back I will be very happy to return, but I don’t want to go back there and be in the same situation as last year, I want a more important role in the set-up,” he told Serbian TV.

“I feel great here but it remains to be seen what Manchester United will say because it’s up to them, I have a contract with the club and it’s their decision. If that’s not what United want, then I will have a look at alternative options. I’ve spoken to Cologne’s officials and they told me they would like to see me wear the team’s shirt next season too.” 

Foster Leaving Too ?
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Looking elsewhere…

Ben Foster is another player who may not stick around at The Theatre Of Dreams for much longer. The 27-year-old stopper has conceded that he is no longer thinking about this summer’s World Cup. And with Edwin Van Der Sar and Tomasz Kuszczak higher-up the pecking order at United, Foster is looking for other options: “You never want to leave Manchester United,” he said. “If you leave this club you are only ever going to go down. But I want to be playing football. I am not interested in just hanging around and I would go if the club wanted to sell me.”

“If they are happy to accept a bid then you have to read between the lines and realise you are not really needed and move on. It would not be the end of the world for me.” 
He added: “I don’t think there is any chance of South Africa now. If he (Fabio Capello) were to pick me it would be very unfair on some of the other goalkeepers. I have not played a first-team game for a good few months and some of the English lads out there like Joe Hart and Robert Green have been doing fantastic.”



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