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Blues Complete Larsson Signing

Blues have today wrapped up the permanent signing of Sebastian Larsson.

After impressing during his loan spell, Steve Bruce had made it clear he would love to sign Larsson on a permanent deal and today after numerous negotiations he got his wish.

The fee is believed to be around the 1 million mark, and despite interest from IFK Gothenburg Larsson was happy to commit to a four year deal at St Andrews.

Speaking on the official site, Steve Bruce said:

'He has done very well since he has been here and he can play in a number of different positions.

'He is young, hungry and ambitious and epitomises the type of player we need.'

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Date:Wednesday January 31 2007

Time: 5:26PM

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good luck to seba, you got one hell of a midfield player and at a good price too.
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31/01/2007 17:51:00

Good signing for you guys.What happened last night? An off day or were we really that good?Please come over to Southend Vital to put your comments.Cheers
Ed Junior
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31/01/2007 17:57:00


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