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Seb exit confirmed

Just confirmation from the Spurs Official Site regarding the completed deal for Seb Bassong:

'We are delighted to announce that we have reached agreement with Newcastle United for the transfer of Sebastien Bassong to the Club, following the player successfully completing a medical examination and agreeing personal terms.

The defender moved to St James' Park in July 2008 from Metz where he made 79 appearances in three seasons.

The 23-year-old played 34 times for Newcastle last season in his debut campaign in the Premier League.'

Still no fixed idea on the fee - press reports are going for £8m basic with add ons potentially making it up to £12m.




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The Journalist

Writer: Ross Molyneux Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday August 6 2009

Time: 11:35PM

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all out, none coming in...excellent! ...what can I say?
xpertweb.co.uk
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07/08/2009 00:06:00

Still, not a bad profit. Not sure where the money is going like. If it goes back into the club then thats at least £17m for transfers then!!!
sfosteruk
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07/08/2009 10:52:00

Just had a thought. I would have asked 'arry for some of the fringe players on loan. They have loads of full backs which we have none!!
sfosteruk
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07/08/2009 11:31:00

The greedy ******** Mike Ashley is, I assume that won’t be going back into the club...that will be in his bank account.
xpertweb.co.uk
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07/08/2009 11:37:00

sfosteruk - sadly it wont be going into a transfer pot. It'll keep the club in the black for about 3 months with the current wage bill (circi £5m per month). Ashley wont invest before he sells the club, all we can hope for is a sale of the club with enough time for transfers before the window closes.
geordie_mark
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07/08/2009 20:10:00

 

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