Archive for January, 2010
Tottenham is ready to sign the Monaco striker Eidur Gudjohnsen on loan until this season will come to an end.
The former of Chelsea and Barcelona, a 31 years old guy, had a medical at Upton Park in order to have a change, a bit late one, of heart when he learnt of interest of Spurs.
The boss, Harry Redknapp, was known to have been quoted as saying that the chairman did a deal for Eider. They spoke to him the next day and they took him on loan until the season’s end to see how everything goes.
Therefore, the Iceland international’s U-turn did fail if they wanted to impress the new Hammers co-owner David Sullivan. He also admitted that they thought they did a great deal and the player even had a medical. After that, they have heard that Tottenham has tried to speak to the player.
He said that he could not say he is delighted about what’s happening, but he thinks in karma and as we al know, “what goes around, comes around.”
Gudjohnsen is the person who first made his great name, with Bolton Wanderers and even in England. Then, he decided to move to Chelsea with a deal of almost 8 million dollars.
Liverpool is supposed to have been boosted by the quicker and it has expected return from injury of the captain Steven Gerrard against Wolverhampton football team.
The England midfielder was almost being sidelined for around forteen days after he decided to pick up a hamstring problem as long as theReds’ FA Cup lasted, precisely the 3rd round.
Therefore, after the manager Rafael Benitez has decided to come back to full training in weekends, he has also confirmed that his skipper may be part of the squad that travels to Molineux.
In the official website, the manager Rafael Benitez also added that “He was training on Saturday and on Sunday and Monday was the same”. After that, he said that “Normally he’s someone who, if available, can play. ” Eventually, they will soon decide this, but they think he can be available.
The Reds will be for sure without Fernando Torres,Glen Johnson and midfielder Yossi Benayoun for the travel to the Midlands.