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No Blues move for Vieira

No Blues move for Vieira

Inter Milan midfielder Patrick Vieira says that reports linking him with a move to Birmingham City are well wide of the mark.

The 33-year-old was reportedly in discussions with the Premier League newcomers this week, but he says he wants to hold talks with Inter before making any decisions.

'They say I've had contact with Birmingham City but, with all due respect for that club, this is not the case,' he told L'Equipe.

'What is certain is that I will get back with Inter and that I will take a look at my future with the bosses.'



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Writer:Foxxy
Date:Friday July 10 2009
Time: 1:36PM

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... so do I!! :D BAd luck!
Matt_Us
13/07/2009 00:47:00
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FC Twente have won the chase for Miroslav Stoch after signing the Chelsea teenager on a season-long loan. Stoch made five substitute appearances for the Blues last term and had been looking to move out on loan to gain further first-team experience. The Slovakian forward's agent confirmed Wigan, Reading, Borussia Monchengladbach and Besiktas, in addition to Twente, had been showing an interest. However, Stoch has opted for a move to Steve McClaren's Twente side where he will link up with another Chelsea player - Slobodan Rajkovic. Twente have been active in the transfer market this week and have also splashed out a club record to sign Bryan Ruiz from AA Gent. The Costa Rican attacker had been wanted by the likes of Anderlecht and Zenit St Petersburg, but has joined Twente in a 5million euros (£4.3million) deal. McClaren has also added Maccabi Haifa striker Ransford Osei to his squad on loan and finalised a four-year deal for South African ace Bernard Parker.
starginga
16/07/2009 16:26:00
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