Tuesday, 17 July 2007

Transfer Update

The MK Dons star striker is having a medical today at Charlton, or so it seems.

According to a number of sources- mostly close to the Dons- the forward, who has scored sixty goals in the past three seasons, albeit in lower leagues, is set to sign in a deal with a fee as high as 1.7 million.

Meanwhile, Sinclair and Sahar look to be going elsewhere after all, largely because Chelsea thought that they would not be given a regular starting berth anyway. I am not too disappointed about this, as I don't think we should be signing loaners.

We have still not landed a midfield player, and with each day that goes by I get more and more worried that we will be signing Morris on a permanent basis.

Rommedahl and Young's respective sagas draw on with Villa, Brum, and Everton the contenders for Young's signature, which is thought to be worth 3 million. While Getafe are the lucky boys who are going to actually pay money (up to 1.5 million) to get Romm, beating competition from, well, no-one to sign the so-called footballer.

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