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Fulham - Sidwell in Link to Cottage Move!

After completing our first signing of the summer, in the shape of Philippe Senderos, Fulham are closing in on a second.

Apparently, Fulham are leading the race to sign the Aston Villa midfielder, Steve Sidwell.

Sidwell, who has previously played for Reading and Chelsea, as well as being on the books of Arsenal as a youngster, is said to be surplus to requirements at Villa Park.

Other clubs are said to be interested in Sidwell, most notably, Sunderland and West Ham but Fulham appear to have stolen a march on all of them by making an early bid for the twenty-seven year old.

In your opinion would Sidwell make a good buy?

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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday June 17 2010

Time: 10:41AM

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I used to think highly of Sidwell, but now I don't know what to think. I'm OK with it as long as we don't spend too much. Based on his recent performance, I wouldn't pay more than £2.5m (maybe £3m if I had a good day at the track).
Teddy_KGB
good squad player prem exprence
truth sayer ffc
is he better than what you've got you should be asking yourselves?
Red Boy
No, I wouldn't say he's better, but he's certainly younger and that is something we need to address.
Teddy_KGB
not better then 1st eleven but like I said better then some squad players
truth sayer ffc
a step in the right direction... he was good for reading, maybe (sir) roy can help him get back to that...
woodysweats
i rate him!
Leonestar
I read he will only come if Roy stays lets hope so lads
truth sayer ffc
 

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