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Sousa: Scotland Exit A 'Possibility'

Sousa: Scotland Exit A 'Possibility'

New manager Paulo Sousa concedes that it's possible that Jason Scotland could leave the club this Summer.

The club's top goalscorer has attracted the interest of Premiership sides Burnley and Wigan and former boss Roberto Martinez is keen in bringing him to the Latics.

Burnley failed in their recent attempts with a bid and the Swans want around £3m for the 30 year-old.

Sousa told the Evening Post:

'It's a possibility,' [Scotland leaving]

'We cannot close the door on that. It's a possibility for him and the club and we will look for the best solution for ourselves.'


Scotland missed training yesterday but he had permission to after serving international duty, unlike Ferrie Bodde who could be fined 2 weeks wages for failing to turn up yesterday at Sousa's request.



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Writer:VitalSwansea
Date:Tuesday June 30 2009
Time: 10:52AM

Comments

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why do you need to sell him, you paid next to nothing for him, and he's proving to be a huge sucssess. But then again, if Dobie proves to be a good buy then cashing in on a 30 year old you paid little for may make good sense!
g4nty
30/06/2009 12:52:00
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we dont need to sell him he's only got a year left on his contract and he wants to go so if we can we may aswell make some money off him.
james,jackarmy
30/06/2009 20:46:00
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No point in keeping someone who would rather be anywhere else.
willow
01/07/2009 09:58:00
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