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Blues Sign Mcleod??

Sources say that Blues have captured MK Dons striker Izale Mcleod.

Mcleod has scored 10 goals this campain for the League One outfit and it is thought that he would favour a move to Blues as he grew up in the city.

Mcleod was targeted by Wolves, who made a 1.3 million bid earlier on this month that was turned down.

Swansea City Manager, Kenny Jackett also wanted to sign Izzy in November but he was also unsuccessful with his persute.

The pace and finishing ability of Mcleod has attracted a number of premiership sides over the last few months but there has yet to be a bid so far.




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Date:Wednesday December 21 2005

Time: 9:54PM

 

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