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Are Blues Keane On Robbie?



Reports are suggesting that Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp might be willing to let striker Robbie Keane go if the right offer came along.

Blues were reported last week as being interested in the Irishman although an offer of over 10 million would have to come in for the player, that may be a little too much for Birmingham to lay out.

Aston Villa are also said to be interested with Martin O`Neill long being an admirer of the player.

Celtic boss Neil Lennon has made no secret that he would like to keep him at Parkhead, but the Scottish giants are more likely to be looking for another loan deal rather than lay out cash.





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Writer: Foxxy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday June 21 2010

Time: 4:52PM

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He would excel at St.Andrews in my opinion. But like the article suggests 10m might be a bit steep, not to mention his 80k+ wage
superspuds
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21/06/2010 16:57:00

I'd like to see Alex try and tempt spurs with around eight million, but as our friend from tottenham says, his wages are very high.
JJ McDuff
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21/06/2010 16:59:00

No way are blues going to ay out over 80 grand a week in wages so we can forget this one i think
rumnblack
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21/06/2010 17:45:00

 

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