Sunday, August 13, 2006

Green on his way?

Norwich have confirmed they are in negotiations with Charlton over the possible transfer of goalkeeper Robert Green. The 26-year-old England international is currently recovering from a torn groin muscle which ruled him out of the World Cup, a fact that gives credibility to the reports given that we often sign injured players.

City chief executive Neil Doncaster told the club's official website, 'We are talking over a possible transfer of Robert Green to Charlton, but those talks are still at an early stage and no deal has yet been agreed.'

Most of the Addickted would say that what we need most is another quality midfielder, so it's far from clear what the possible Green signing is about. Where would he come in the pecking order? Does this mean that Myhre might still be on his way?

Latest reports suggest that Andersen might go the other way as part of a deal, while some of the Addickted think that Euell, who has failed to impress pre-season, could be offered.


Blogger Chicago Addick said...

I think it would more likely be Andersen, which is a shame in my view. I suppose we are more likely to raise some cash for him as opposed to the others.

I understand that Dowie wants his own man and I think Green is a good player but with 2 senior GK's and 2 good youngsters I would have thought too that a midfielder, or even another striker or centre half is priority.

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