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Forest Bid To Ruin Chances Of Signing Anderson?

Nottingham Forest could affect Swansea City's chances of keeping Paul Anderson next season on loan as reports suggest they have made a 750,000 bid for the winger.

Swans boss Roberto Martinez is still awaiting news from Premiership side Liverpool on whether Anderson will return to the Liberty Stadium next year to continue his loan spell.

Other Championship clubs have also expressed an interest in taking Anderson on loan.

Swansea's chances of keeping the 19 year-old will be determined by whether or not the Reds are looking to sell him. If they are, they may consider Forest's bid but if not he could well return.

Keeping him here would surely boost our chances ahead of the new campaign, as he caused all sorts of problems for full backs last season will his skill and lightning pace.

After losing one regular winger, Andy Robinson, it would be a huge blow to us if we were to lose another.




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Writer: KevinE Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday May 25 2008

Time: 1:27PM

Your Comments

Start spending money Swansea City! Clubs like Forest appear to be getting prepared a lot earlier than us! I just hope we're keeping our cards close to our chests so not to highlight our targets! I knoe Forest have higher spending power than us but we have to show ambition. If they are tabling a bid of 750,000 for Ando then why don't we?
dannymerch
Forest might be "preparing," but haven't done a deal yet. Still early days, but it will be important to get these done sooner rather than later. I'd say if you matched the bid, you'd be favourite to bag him.
guinless
Anderson was never "ours" as he was only on loan. Robinson was ours but did not want to stay. 750,000 would be about the price to pay for Anderson. A year ago, Derby paid 1M for David Jones from Man. United.
willow
Lets hope he'll be with us next season.
welshboy78
We should be pulling out all the stops to land Anderson, weather it be on loan or (hopefully) on a permenant deal.
Plymouth_Jack
cant see Liverpool letting him go that cheap, and could we match Forest ? and i still think he'd choose Forest anyway, more likely team to challenge for promotion
cyjax
 

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