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he scored 22 goals for SC Freiburg in the german bundesliga last season. by all means freiburg is a low mid-table team... he was runner-up for the highest scorer in the bundesliga... and he already scored some goals this season. also, he was quoted "i want to leave freiburg" ... definetely not coming to us :(

Mate he was keen on a Blackburn move, nothing suggests he wouldn't want to come here himself.

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he scored 22 goals for SC Freiburg in the german bundesliga last season. by all means freiburg is a low mid-table team... he was runner-up for the highest scorer in the bundesliga... and he already scored some goals this season. also, he was quoted "i want to leave freiburg" ... definetely not coming to us :(

Mate he was keen on a Blackburn move, nothing suggests he wouldn't want to come here himself.

hope you are right
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http://www.kicker.de/news/fussball/bundesliga/vereine/557026/artikel_wer-hat-die-asse-im-poker-um-cissc3a9.html

Freiburg's sports director Dirk Dufner has already confirmed on Wednesday that he did have three official offers for Cisse. After kicker research is the Fulham FC in England, Rubin Kazan in Russia and one club from France. It seems certain that more offers will roll in by next week, one of the sender will be Newcastle United. Bayern Munich has hired his efforts, however. The 26-year-old was indeed a prime candidate, but received a rejection from Munich on Wednesday. Schalke coach Ralf Rangnick also would like to bound Cissé, confirmed on Wednesday but again, "that the player is not financially feasible for us."

 

Breisgau again rained down from the cancellation date for the official offer. "As of today, it is certain that he will stay," Dufner said on Thursday. "We do indeed out of respect for the player with the offers for him. But on the height and her constellation is none, which allows us to be weak."

 

When Freiburg is weak? The numbers are called. As for the transfer fee, moving the ideas of SC Freiburg been in the order of 15 million €. Moreover, should take over the club receiving the payments for Cissé, whose advisers and the club FC Metz. Freiburg can play poker so high because the Senegalese international, who according to the formidable early season (22 matches) meets unabated (4), a working paper until 2014, has no exit clause. The Aces are therefore all in the sleeves of Freiburg. However, the mood gradually but threatens to tip over.

Cissé is restless

 

While the inquiries from England and Russia piled on his advisers, Cissé still behaved exemplary. Meanwhile, however, probably under the impression of defeat in Bremen (3:5 - two goals, one assist from Cisse) and the transfer deadline approaching, patience seems to be broken. Most recently, he articulated his displeasure even before his team-mates.

 

Dufner is to this situation is not enviable. He refuses to share, the risk that Cissé retreats into the sulk. In addition, escapes the club a huge high intake. However, he sets his signature to the cancellation of a contract, so maybe he signs the descent of sports clubs. Could be much more expensive. And this is for players and club a lot at stake. To be continued in each case.

 

how much did we offered?  1.5m ?  :troll:

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Here's the Google Translate anyway. :lol:

 

By Wednesday evening, many things could happen again at the transfer window Sochaux. The first concerns Modibo Maiga unknown. Malian still wants to join Newcastle. The only problem for him according to our information, the English club has this time positioned on the Brest Nolan Roux (8 million euros, the amount of his release clause). The Breton club have agreed yesterday, and expect a response from Lens, club trainer Roux and therefore involved in the transaction. As for FC Sochaux, Maiga is aware that a deadlock, he would consider increasing the possibility to send him. "Today I can only say that what set aside the information as an agreement was reached with Newcastle, we launched yesterday Alexandre Lacombe. I actually called the president directly from Newcastle to give him the position of the club, which does not mean that I changed my mind. "So the mystery will last a few hours at least.

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Just received my complimentary Membership badge today. Last week my daughter received her complimentary Junior Magpie pack. Next week letters are being prepared inviting all of us for a trial session to check prowess at left back and finishing. This will be followed up by a behind closed doors game against Gateshead with a first team contract at the end. Thank you Mr Ashley for the opportunity given to all ST holders. However, it must be stated, that any fan successful will not be able to transfer their ST or receive a refund. Nice that they are giving something back though.

 

Wearing my new badge with pride.

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http://lensois.com/breve-rclens-42016-nolan-roux-a-deux-doigts-de-newcastle-.html

 

After a transfer failed to Schalke 04 in Germany, Nolan Roux could finally take the road to England before August 31. Interested in the services of striker trained to RC Lens, Newcastle, Premier League resident, approached the Stade Brest and would have made ​​an offer in line with the player's release clause, eight million. It is rumored that Friday night, officers were waiting for the approval of Brest RC Lens, which still holds 50% of the player to close the deal.

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It looks very much like we've pursued two options for both left back and the striker, playing them off against each other. If everything goes to plan it might well be Cissokho and Roux through the door by Wednesday. I wouldn't say no to that.

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Aye, I think we'll definitely end up with one from Cissokho/Pieters and one from Maiga/Roux now.

 

Good planning for once? (granted it's late in the day but least we haven't put all our eggs in one basket)

 

Seems that way. Odd that we need a lb and a strikers and these 4 names have been mentioned for a while now.

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Forgive me if i sound thick, how is he owned by 2 clubs?

 

Think he's got a sell on clause mate, which is why Brest are speaking to Lens.

Okay i thought thats what it would be, so if we have met the asking price or 'release clause' if he has one, it should hopefully be just a case of the two clubs sorting out how much of that fee they get....they want to hurry the f*** up  :frantic:

 

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