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Agent Expects Scotland To Join Wigan

Agent Expects Scotland To Join Wigan

Jason Scotland's agent Mike Berry says he expects the striker to join Wigan Athletic.

Swansea City looks let to lose their top goalscorer who has scored 53 goals in two seasons at the Liberty Stadium.

Former manager Roberto Martinez has made an official bid for the 30 year-old in which the Swans are carefully considering this week.

Berry told the Hull Daily Mail that Hull City have enquired about the player, but he will snub the Tigers to join the Latics.

'I spoke to Brian Horton and he asked me what the bottom-line price would be for Jason,'

'I said I thought a fee of £2million would probably be enough to get him in.

'My belief was that he'd be ideal for Hull, but I expect the Wigan deal to go ahead now.'


Wigan's bid for Scotland is undisclosed but it is speculated to be around £1.5m up front plus further add-on payments.



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Writer:VitalSwansea
Date:Thursday July 9 2009
Time: 11:44AM

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Now RM is really starting to irritate. First he leaves, takes all staff while he's at it, then starts a campaign to grab as many of our players as he can. It's not what we need at this point in time.
OriginalXOR
09/07/2009 12:25:00
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I think most of the fans expect him to join Wigan as well
KevinE
09/07/2009 13:15:00
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at the end of the day, when a new manager comes in the playing squad always changes, scotland no big loss, Gomez not ours anyway, Bodde missed most of the season, so not too worried as our new man will have his own targets
cyjax
09/07/2009 14:47:00
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i agree cyjax but we do need this to be the last.
james,jackarmy
10/07/2009 10:27:00
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