Tuesday, January 09, 2007

Transfers: Jensen, Silberbauer, Gravgaard & Laudrup kids

Incoming: Niclas Jensen

Eurosport.com / Jensen set for Danish return

Danish international Niclas Jensen says he wants to return to FC Copenhagen after having failed to break into Fulham's first team since his move to London in 2005.

Outgoing: Michael Silberbauer, Michael Gravgaard and Laudrup kids

Liverpool.co.uk / Blues alert over Fergie

[Everton coach] Moyes, who has also been linked with Manchester City's Joey Barton and FC Copenhagen's Michael Silberbauer, is anxious to bolster his midfield and a loan move for Ferguson could be the ideal solution.

Footballissue.com / Barca to sign Laudrup's

Barcelona have given trials to Andreas and Mads Laudrup, sons of former Barca legend Michael.

They are just youths going to do some training sessions.

Eurosport.com earlier wrote that L'Equipe wrote that Marseille were signing Michael Gravgaard, but the Eurosport link doesn't work anymore and I can't find it at lequipe.fr either (I don't understand French so it's not too easy navigating around the site). Maybe this story is already dead and I just missed it. Maybe it breaks soon.
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