Date: 9th July 2009 at 1:50pm
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Fulham have made an official move to sign Rovers midfielder Keith Andrews.

The size of the bid has not been disclosed but it is believed to be about the £3 million mark.

The Irishman was signed by Paul Ince and is a symbol of his shockingly bad reign at the helm but since current boss Sam Allardyce was appointed he has actually turned into a very competent, versatile squad player that Sam likes to use.

Andrews was also the highest scoring midfielder in the Rovers midfield with four goals last season (yes, yes I know).

However to attract interest from a rival team does show the progress Keith has made.

If as speculated, the bid is £3.5 million as rumoured by our very own, quick off the mark Glen Mullan, then Sam made it hard to turn down.

 

5 Replies to “Fulham Make Andrews Approach”

  • I am torn on this one. I like Keith and rate him highly as a squad player but is the bid big enough to accept?

  • sam has got midfield targets and although a striker is priority he still wants to bring at least 2 central midfielders to the club to fill the voids left by axe and tuguy, the sale of andrews will give us the funds to put towards aquiring these players, and i think it makes perfect sense to cash in on him for a great bit of business

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