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Fulham - Andreasen to Depart?

One of Roy Hodgson`s first signings, Leon Andreasen, could be on the move during this transfer window.

Leon, who joined Fulham from Werder Bremen, last season, has struggled to secure a regular starting berth in Hodgson`s side and has made only eighteen appearances.

One of the leading tabloids is suggesting that Leon has become disillusioned with life in the Premier League and is looking to return to the Bundesliga.

A likely destination, the tabloid is suggesting, is Hannover where it is implied that their Technical Director, a certain Christian Hochstaetter, is trying to secure a 2 million transfer for the Danish international.

We`ll try and keep you posted.




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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday January 6 2009

Time: 4:46PM

Your Comments

Too bad, but Roy doesn't seem to trust Andreasen in the middle of the park, so its understandable Leon wants a change. I actually rate Andreasen higher than Etuhu and I hope he'll get a new chance in a new club.
Zimmer2002
Was this a desperation signing to help keep us in the PL, but then Roy realised Leon was not the quality he thought he was? Does his mean Etuhu might get a permanent move, or has RH got something up his sleeve?
Edens
Etuhu is already permanent isn't he?
KBCC
Etuhu is permanent. Shame Leon might go. I think he is quality. Hope we get at least what we paid for him
oranje_emu
I think we will, he has a good reputation in German footy!
Al Billy
i never really like him that much... he probably played a bit frustrated for never being let on the pitch, but he always seemed to pick up a yellow when he was in for a reckless challenge... i hope we get out money back as well
woodysweats
I think he's a good player. Unfortunatly for him, there is a lot of competition for places in the midfield and, as good as he is, he's not really going to displace any of the current midfield. He's a great player though and I always feel safe when i see him coming on the pitch and feel he can always hold together the midfield and back up the defence. Hope he stays
jackbarendse
Whoops, yes of course Etuhu is ours; must be confusing him with Julian Gray :(
Edens
 

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