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Thread: Jed incoming

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    Jed incoming

    Being reported Jed Wallace having medical at West Brom..it looks like itís happening after all..hope so.

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    Good signing.

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    Excellent if true, I’ll believe it when/if confirmed.

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    Leicester issue wage demand in Choudhury deal
    Leicester City reportedly want 80 per cent of Hamza Choudhury's wage to be paid - if he is to move to West Brom.
    The Foxes and Albion are said to have been in talks about the midfielder - who has long been admired by Albion boss Steve Bruce.
    But Leicester want 80 per cent of the midfielder's wages funded by the parent club. Other clubs, including Middlesbrough, are also interested.

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    Let Middlesbrough have him; I don’t rate him.

    That’s him done for then…….!

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    The Wallace saga has been going on a while now but be good news if true. Still hopeful that something comes of the Choudhury interest too as I think he could do well for us and we are desperate for some energy in midfield.

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    Would be fantastic boost for next season!

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    Thatís two brilliant free transfers. Credit to the club

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