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02 Nov 2006
It was previously reported that Deportivo and Duscher fixed November 5th as the day in which a final decision will be taken about the future of the Argentinean. However, Sportpaper <i>AS</i> is reporting that Duscher's destiny is almost defined: England. Apparently Manchester United and Bolton Wanderers already contacted the midfielder, a zero-cost transfer that could be signed in June.

One month ago, president Lendoiro started to negotiate with Duscher's father about the continuity of the Argentinean player in the Galician squad, but thats when the trouble started. Duscher's father accused Lendoiro for 'insulting' his son with his attitude. Apparently what can't be tolerated by Duscher is the fact of being a 'bench player' in the present season.

The Argentinean midfielder has only participated in 156 minutes during the first eight matches in la liga. Caparr??s has preferred the combinations between Sergio, Coloccini and Juan Rodr?­guez. Duscher himself said before that he won't sign a new contract if this situation continues: "I don't know why I have to do it if the squad doesn't needs me."

Now and according to a report presented by Sportpaper AS, two English clubs are trying to take advantage of the situation. These two clubs are Manchester United and Bolton Wanderers. Both teams want Duscher's services, but they don't to make any payment for the transfer. The idea of the British clubs is to sign him in June of 2007. The date in which Duscher ends his contract with Deportivo.

AS believes that Duscher will prefer the option of Manchester United, but it also predicts that Lendoiro will try to sell him to another Premiership club like Newcastle United or West Ham. The option of the renewal with Depor ia still on, but it seems that the final decision will depend on Duscher's participation in Caparr??s' line-ups. A thing that seems difficult since the Sevillan coach is preferring other alternatives.

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