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According to reports this morning Manchester City midfielder Geovanni is a Fulham target.

According to the report Fulham have been joined by Boro and Hull City in making inquiries about signing the Brazilian.

Another report that interested me is that Birmingham City are set to allow both Kapo and De Ridder leave the club. In my mind this would be some smart business by Roy if he was to swoop for this pair.

Another idea I have is maybe looking into signing Chelsea's Serbian Defender Branislav Ivanović on Loan. Would that be a possibility?

Your thoughts please...




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Writer: orange_emu Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday June 13 2008

Time: 11:25AM

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Could well be! Ivanovic has already been linked with a loan spell to Juventus!
merlin
really! Send him to Fulham and get him used to the English game!
oranje_emu
he could be used down the villa ;)
industrial_musical
Umm why not go for Gudjohnsen? if pompey are looking at 4 mill why don't we swoop for him, I think he would be amazing for that much
Backslash2010
Kapo wouldn't be bad. I think Roy should work his charm and bring in some Italian talent from Inter. Do we know how much money he's got available for transfers? At the moment we seem to be only picking up he freebies, except for Stockdale, who was less than 1m anyway. Mo should splash the cash, he can have more faith in Roy than he can in Sanchez
Fulham_China
Im sure he will splash the cash later in the window! Roy knows what he's doing.
oranje_emu
Very good suggestion with Gudjohnson! didn't realise he was so cheap!
oranje_emu
Gudjohnsen - now there is a talent we could use!
Al Billy
Barcelona to Craven Cottage - what a move upwards :-)
Putney
at least he'd get regular footy though!
Putney
Gudjohnsen would be a superb buy for definite but players tend to want to join Redknapp, he must have the gift of the gab
donfulham
don't forget we now have a respected manager too! Roy is respected across europe, specially scandinavia and Italy. Gudjohnsen is from Scandinavia and so will know about Roy.
oranje_emu
 

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