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Move For Man Utd Winger Unlikely

Move For Man Utd Winger Unlikely

Roberto Martinez says that it's unlikely that Manchester United winger Jamie Mullan will be joining Swansea City.

The 19 year-old is in search of a new club after being released from United this Summer.

Mullan spent a few weeks at the club on trial but he seems set on a move to Leeds United, relegated this year to League One.

Martinez spoke to the south wales evening post on the loosing out on Mullan:

'Jamie Mullan is a young player with good potential,'

'He had a trial with us but he wanted to keep his options open. I think he is waiting on other things and it's unlikely he'll be coming to Swansea.

'We had a look at him and as far as I'm concerned it's down to how much the player wants to join us. I don't think he really wants to join us, and we only want players who do.'


With Tom Williams' departure, Martinez is lacking in left-sided midfielders as Bodde, our most recent signing, is a central midfielder.

Mullan would certainly have fitted the bill as he is versatile and is comfortable playing on either flank.

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Writer:VitalSwansea
Date:Wednesday June 13 2007
Time: 1:25PM

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Seems a shame, but will he be cursing if we go up and leeds dont, theres no such thing for a team too big for the lower leagues (forest)
barrydoom
13/06/2007 16:49:00
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I agree. Forest have been stuck in this leaguer for many years now and its not often that a team comes down a division and then straight back up. Look at how Crewe and Brighton finished mid table this year after coming down from the championship. It looks like we have a good chance of leaving this division this year and his signing would have helped but like Martinez says, we only want people who want to play for Swansea City!
jack hammers
14/06/2007 09:39:00
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