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Anderlecht Interest in Ruiz

Could one of Martin Jol`s big signings be on the verge of leaving?

There is newspaper speculation inferring that Bryan Ruiz, signed for £10.6 million from FC Twente, two years ago, could be heading off to Belgium.

Ruiz, who has only entertained the Fulham faithful in fits and starts, is seen as something of a luxury as we attempt to fight our way out of relegation trouble. However, as the captain of Costa Rica, Ruiz is aware that he needs first team football to maintain his high profile and lead Costa Rica at the 2014 World Cup Finals.

With reference to a possible move to Anderlecht, the Belgian champions, it should be recalled that Ruiz has previously played in both Belgium and Holland and if Fulham are agreeable will have no problems going to the Brussels based club, on loan until the summer.

If Ruiz was allowed to go out on loan, would it meet with your approval or would you be disappointed he`s not staying to assist our cause?

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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday December 15 2013

Time: 12:23PM

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If he wants to go for his own reasons rather than the needs of the club, then let him go permanently, £10.7 million to the first bidder!
We're in a dog fight at the bottom of the table. Players that are only half focused, aren't the players who are going to save us from the bottom. If he wants to go, send him, let him, loan him...whatever. If we can generate funds to bring in some hard working players that want to get it done on the pitch, then perhaps that's Ruiz's value to us...his transfer fee. Either give us 100% effort on the pitch or generate the money we need to get the player who will.

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