Ajax CEO Edwin van der Sar has insisted that the club is happy to let players leave for bigwigs like Barcelona, Real Madrid or Manchester United.
Manchester United legend Edwin van der Sar is reportedly in line to return to Old Trafford, as the club look to appoint a new Director of Football
Former Manchester United goal keeper Edwin van der Sar saved a penalty on his comeback from retirement to secure a 1-1 draw for boyhood club VV Noordwijk in the Dutch fourth division.
Chelsea and United meet in what could prove to be this season's title-decider. Chelsea have a tough task ahead of them, requiring nothing short of a victory at Old Trafford while United have the small matter of facing off against Barcelona at Wembley. TheHardTackle's resident authors, Nipun Malhotra (NM, Man Utd) and Sanish Fernandez (SF, Chelsea), meet up for lunch to talk up their team's chances of walking away with all 3 points.
Manchester United sent Chelsea crashing out of the Champions League courtesy goals from Hernandez and Park Ji-Sung, while the Blues only briefly threatened with a Drogba strike.
The Dutch fans have gone through it, and it's about time for the Red Devils to endure similar agony. Although it's nothing new for the Old Trafford faithful, as the anguish of parting away with a certain Great Dane is still fresh in their reminiscence; yet the Devils all over the world would invariably feel like losing their religion all over again when Edwin Van der Sar decides to hang his big gloves.