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Swansea Rubbish Reports Of 750k Anderson Bid

Swansea City have rubbished reports that our bid for Paul Anderson is 750,000, according to the Evening Post.

Chairman Huw Jenkins has confirmed that we've had a 6-figure bid accepted, but nowhere near in the region of 750,000 which was reported in today's Independent.

It's unknown to us fans as to how much Swansea have actually bid for the flying winger, but it would be surprising if it was much more than half of that figure.

Swansea City have also moved a step closer in signing Southampton winger Nathan Dyer, who will cost a minimum of 250,000.

Despite a fee being agreed with Liverpool for Paul Anderson, the move is still a long way from being completed as he is set to sit down with the club to discuss personal terms.



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Writer: KevinE Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday May 21 2009

Time: 3:34PM

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was just wonderin but aint huw jenkins the chairman so how dun he know how much the bid for anderson is ??
james,jackarmy
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21/05/2009 15:58:00

Of course he does know, but he's not going to tell everyone like our competitors - Nottingham Forest.
KevinE
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21/05/2009 16:06:00

i feel quite thick now thinkin bout it haha, but how come they wana buy anderson and trying to buy dyer aswel.
james,jackarmy
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21/05/2009 17:05:00

pmsl, this site is saying "we" don't know how much the bid is, of course Jenkins knows, he made the bid
cyjax
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21/05/2009 17:22:00

Is Anderson the No.1 target? And if he goes elsewhere, then we sign Dyer?
willow
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21/05/2009 17:59:00

missed my point in the article, we, the fans, don't know how much we've offered, of course Jenkins does.
KevinE
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22/05/2009 15:21:00

i think anderson and dyer will come to that amount maybe, but no chance anderson on his own! the papers don't half report crap
GThomas
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23/05/2009 00:16:00

 

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