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Fulham - Greening Saga Update!

It seems to be almost every day now that we compile something about the ongoing Jonathan Greening saga!

Chased all summer by Roy Hodgson it appears that Greening will now be joining Fulham, although the circumstances in which he is doing so are being reported differently by the morning tabloids.

The Sun carries an article that implies that the West Bromwich Albion man will be joining us on a season long loan with the deal becoming a permanent one next summer whilst the Daily Mirror has a different slant on the deal implying that Greening will sign for us in a 4.5 million deal.

Either way: let`s just get him in that white shirt of ours and gauge what he can bring to our side shall we!


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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday August 21 2009

Time: 3:57PM

Your Comments

i think it's a loan, and i'll be happier that way... 4.5 mil seems expensive, but i hope he impresses...
woodysweats
I agree Woody, I hope it's a loan, and it looks as though it is.
KBFulham
Can't be too bad if we're nicking someone else's captain though! :P
KBFulham
about time we are takeing players from other clubs and not the other way round horay or ho roy
truth sayer ffc
so if it's a loan and he's crap do we save the money?
Al Billy
I would assume so Al. I would have thought we'd be paying a small fee up front though.
KBFulham
Hi lads,WBA fan here.Just to let you know Greenings transfer is permanent not a loan in the true sense of the word. Our chairman Jeremy Peace is well known for these type of tranfers.Fulham will pay the fee at the end of the season whatever it is. We currently have Paul Robinson at Bolton on the same deal. Last season we transfered Curtis Davies to Villa on loan for the season and then 9M. 3 seasons ago he did the same with Geoff Horsfields transfer to Sheff United. You are wondering why it is done like this? It's a legal tax loophole which means WBA pay less tax on the deal with the co-operation of the buying club. You will not hear a bad word from Baggies supporters about Jonno. Good luck to him in his last big payday.
glenby
well i certainly hope he earns his 4.5 mil transfer fee then...
woodysweats
have heard from my spys glenby is spot on and what kind words good luck wba
truth sayer ffc
To be honest mate,his type of football is more geared to the Prem than the hustle and bustle of the championship.He vary rarely gives a ball away and usually knocks a ball sideways to a teammate thus slowing the game down than getting it forward quickly which is required in the championship. You've got a very good player there mate.
glenby
A great buy, 4.5 mil for him is a bargain.
JKW
here here JKW
truth sayer ffc
 

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