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Johnson Wanted!

Johnson Wanted!

It`s widely acknowledged that there will be some transfer activity this summer.

Several of our squad will leave and, hopefully, a few new faces will arrive.

However, rumours are surfacing, backed up by several news sources, that one of those departures from Craven Cottage could be Andrew Johnson.

Johnson has had a torrid time with injuries in the last twelve months or so but that hasn`t stopped two Premier League clubs from, supposedly, expressing an interest.

Both Queens Park Rangers and West Bromwich Albion are being linked with Johnson with a fee of £4 million being bounded about as the fee necessary to secure his services.

Should we let him go for that price or should we do our best to hang onto him?



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Writer:Andrew Joyce
Date:Thursday June 2 2011
Time: 12:06PM

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I'd prefer a little more than £4m, but he's forever injured and not getting any younger, so I say take the deal.
Teddy_KGB
02/06/2011 15:01:00
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mmmm...this is a hard one. I would take 5 million and focus on dembele and zamora as our striking force....but with europe i think andy could be great against those clubs who struggle with pace and movement.
Leonestar
02/06/2011 15:49:00
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5 mil would be my minimum... and europe does give the desire to hold onto him... january maybe?
woodysweats
02/06/2011 16:15:00
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