Tuesday, May 29, 2007

Everything man looks to Everton

Everton and Sheffield United are apparently on the brink of a 4m pound move for Phil Jagielka. The 24 year old midfielder has a buyout release clause in his contract with the club. Any club willing to match that bid may have the player.

Jagielka has a history with Everton as he was released by the club as a youngster but apparently wants to settle scores with a return chance.

Sheffield United have swiftly denied the report but his minimum fee clause looks just too low to keep the player after Sheffield’s recent relegation.

Jagielka is coveted by a number of clubs for his utility and ability to plug holes across the back and in central midfield, for that matter, even in goal when Paddy Kenny was injured.

The Blades plan to do what they can to hold on to their prize player for a rebound to the Premiership but it looks a losing battle as Premiership clubs and the player’s England career are creating too much pressure.


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Anonymous Anonymous said...

now get rid of that tosser carsley

5/29/2007 6:37 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The person who made the last comment obviously does not attend Everton regularly, Carsley was a close contender for player of the season.

5/29/2007 7:59 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

2 of the last 3 seasons we've now made Europe. The one failed season Carsley was injured for the whole of it. He is a key part in our success and is definately not a tosser nor should we get rid of him

5/29/2007 9:50 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Annoymous No1 wants a smack in the head.

Carsley is a cracking player.

5/29/2007 10:41 PM  

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