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Sanchez could boost his new-look squad again with the double signing of Reading's South Korea winger Seol Ki-Hyeon and Newcastle's French midfielder Charles N'Zogbia.

He still wishes to bring in more wide men to supply the ammunition for his striking force.

N'Zogbia could be surplus to Newcastle manager Sam Allardyce's requirements on Tyneside, while Seol has upset Reading by talking to media in his homeland about leaving the club a few weeks before playing for the Royals there in the Peace Cup tournament.

Seol was Reading manager Steve Coppell's top signing last summer at just 1.5 million from Wolves, but he faded in the second half of the season after a bright start and lost his regular starting place.

Coppell, who has again been conservative with funds, signing just one high-profile player in French midfielder Kalifa Cisse this summer, admits he is still looking to buy another midfield player and a winger.

He could get his money back on Seol, who admits he has 'spoken to Fulham and would be happy to play for them'.




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Writer: orange_emu Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday July 31 2007

Time: 4:37PM

Your Comments

have you not got Korean sponsors?
merlin
Korean players you lot seem to be spending like the big clubs are doing.
Frisky
influx of cash! Not sure where from though :-)
Putney
What's this? Sanchez in non Irish transfer story?
sandgroanun
disgusting isn't it ;-)
merlin
I've heard N'Zogbia is the one you'll sign!
merlin
 

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