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Larsson's Agent Says He's Leaving.... Again.

Larsson's Agent Says He's Leaving.... Again.

Seb Larsson will be leaving St Andrews at the end of the season according to the player`s agent.

The Sweden international saga has gone on for some time now with the player refusing to sign deals put forward by Blues in the hope of offers from other clubs.

Offers have come in and although Larsson has been on the brink of a move, he failed to agree terms and it looked like Birmingham were going to keep their man.

But Larsson`s agent feels that it is the right time to put his client into the limelight again either forcing Blues to up their offer or get others to fight over his signature.

Agent, Per Jonsson, speaking to reporters in Sweden, says Larsson has no intention of staying and will not even be entering into discussions with Blues come the end of the season.

'It's not interesting at all. Of course I see difficulties in him staying at Birmingham,' he said.

'It doesn't bother Sebastian. We are not in negotiations.

'The new owners have no feelings for Sebastian and they need to realise that there has been a problem there. They might have seen that, but they haven't found a way around it.'




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Writer:Foxxy
Date:Tuesday April 12 2011
Time: 4:56PM

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hope he comes to newcastle
rabit71
14/04/2011 14:19:00
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I think he was going to newcastle at one time mate, but the greedy git could not agree personal terms
Original Prankster
14/04/2011 15:01:00
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