Last updated : 28 December 2004 By editor
Someone should tell him we are skint.

The Sun revealed last week how the Arsenal and Manchester United bosses were fighting it out for Spanish football’s latest star.
But Jose Maria Ramos, the player’s agent and father, has warned that his son’s buy-out clause is due to rise from £12m to £18m in less than three weeks when he has made 25 appearances for Seville’s first team.
Ramos Snr said: “Sergio may play in the league games on the January 9 and 16 and in the Spanish Cup. And then he’s going to be worth £6m more. Arsenal had virtually done the deal four months ago. They spoke to the club but couldn’t finalise matters. Perhaps they will now. Seville say my son’s not for sale but everyone has his price. It was the same for Jose Reyes.”
Ramos Jnr, 18, has been speaking to fellow Spaniards about the Premiership.
He said: “I’m calm and I have my people looking after me.I’ve talked to Gerard Pique at Manchester United and Cesc Fabregas at Arsenal and they both speak very highly of their clubs.”