Man Utd face Anzhi pressure to keep hold of Vidic
The Daily Star Sunday says Anzhi announced their intentions to create a team of superstars by agreeing to pay Samuel Eto'o £300,000 a week when snapping him up from Inter Milan for a fee of £18.4million.
And now they have Serbia enforcer Vidic in their sights.
Anzhi are willing to splash out £25m for Vidic and double his £90,000-a-week wages to tempt him back to Russia.
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