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23.6million, Pocket Change For Porto Defender!

Rumour has it that Porto defender Bruno Alves is attracting the attentions of Kevin Keegan, with it claimed by Sky Sports that Toon scouts, as well as Man City ones, have watched the 26-year-old this season.

Alves' agent, who is also his father, claims that there is a lot of interest in the defender: 'Porto is not interested in a sale right now, but anything is possible after Euro 2008,' Washington Alves told the media. 'Bruno is playing very well. A number of European clubs have asked about his contract situation.'

Alves himself isn't ruling out any move, but he knows it will take a big offer to see Porto part with his services as he is under contract until 2012, with it claimed that Porto will accept a bid, so long as it is no less than 30million euros, which is 23.6million!

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Date:Tuesday May 6 2008

Time: 2:25PM

Your Comments

If he wants to come over and we have the cash. WHY NOT.
Toon4LiFe
But 23.6m is too much for him imo!
Fan of Blues
WAY TOO MUCH IN FACT
Toon4LiFe
If you are going to make progress you need to spend some money but that is a bit too much. I hope Newcastle have a good season and maybe they can push for 4th spot in the next few years
redandwhitestripemad
thought you deserved at least a point yesterday
codbater
 

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