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Big Clubs Freeze Out Toon

Glenn Roeder can forget his bid to lure Chelsea's Eidur Gudjohnsen to St James' Park. It seems the big boys are set to fight it out to sign him.

Manchester United, Barcelona and Real Madrid are all chasing the striker, and that is tough competition.

The Icelandic striker's Stamford Bridge future looks bleak after the Blues strengthened their title-winning squad by signing Andriy Shevchenko and Salomon Kalou.

And now he looks to be heading for a summer exit, with one of Europe's biggest clubs almost certainly the destination.




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Date:Sunday June 4 2006

Time: 1:14PM

Your Comments

Definately going , I reckon either man Usa or Barca I just hope its Barca
sdandrk
Wud b great at the toon but just see him moving abroad, jose wud neva sell to Manure neway.
Adilson
man usa very good lol. i think he should choose man u so he can still play in the premiership
green giant 12
He'll go to spain if either of them want him. There's big bucks to be earnt there.
FEn_100
Hmmm wonder who Gudjohnsen would like to link up with...Frank Rijaard or Sir Alex Ferguson.. OR!...wait for it....its gona b good.......................................GLEN ROEDER.........HMM THATS A HARD ONE
scottm_1989
you've got to be kidding,theres no chance of eidur going to newcastle, why don't you try n use boumsong in a part exchange for a striker lol I heard teddy sheringham's thinking of going on for another 5 years lol what an investment that would be ;)
scottm_1989
 

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