Jump to content

Graveson Goes Awol!


Recommended Posts

Real's Gravesen back in Denmark mulling options

 

"COPENHAGEN, Aug 25 (Reuters) - Real Madrid's Thomas Gravesen has returned to Denmark to train with former club Vejle amid confusion as to whether or not the midfielder made the trip with the approval of the Primera Liga side.

Real said the international had not been given permission to return to Denmark.

"It is not correct that this trip has the club's approval. He does not have permission," a Real Madrid spokesman said on Friday.

 

But Denmark coach Morten Olsen said the Spanish club had agreed to let Gravesen train with Vejle.

 

The midfielder has been linked in the media to several British clubs, including Newcastle United and Celtic."

 

he seems to be out of a club, if not a job at the moment. i wonder why?

 

can we get him on loan?

Edited by java2001e
Link to comment
Share on other sites

http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/europe/5290454.stm

 

"Thomas Gravesen fears he will run out of time before a transfer from Real Madrid to one of the five British clubs chasing him can be completed.

 

Gravesen told BBC Sport that Celtic and four English Premiership sides - Newcastle, Bolton, Middlesbrough and his old club Everton - were in for him. "

Link to comment
Share on other sites

http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/europe/5290454.stm

 

"Thomas Gravesen fears he will run out of time before a transfer from Real Madrid to one of the five British clubs chasing him can be completed.

 

Gravesen told BBC Sport that Celtic and four English Premiership sides - Newcastle, Bolton, Middlesbrough and his old club Everton - were in for him. "

47377[/snapback]

:o carnt see it happinin tbo java :unsure:

Link to comment
Share on other sites

:o carnt see it happinin tbo java :unsure:

47394[/snapback]

 

 

looks like your right! the celtic deal is incredible.

 

CELTS READY TO SEAL £9M GRAV DEAL

 

RECORD SPORT EXCLUSIVE

 

"Celts offer £45K a week for three years and £2m to clinch Gravesen deal

By Keith Jackson

 

CELTIC were last night closing in on a sensational swoop for Thomas Gravesen - in a staggering deal worth £9million.

 

The Real Madrid midfielder was in Glasgow yesterday to put the finishing touches to a move which should complete Gordon Strachan's five-star finale to the transfer window.

 

Newcastle may yet attempt to trump Celtic's offer at the 11th hour but sources close to the player are adamant Gravesen has decided to move to Scotland.

 

Celtic will pay the Spanish giants £2million for a player who will also pocket a whopping £45,000 a week in wages over the three years of his Parkhead contract.

 

That means the 30-year-old will collect more than £7m after agreeing to become the highest paid player in the history of the Scottish game.

 

The hugely ambitious swoop - first revealed by Record Sport at the end of May - comes hot on the heels of Celtic securing the services of Dutch international Jan Vennegoor of Hesselink"

Link to comment
Share on other sites

not a done deal yet!

 

 

No deal as Gravesen exits Glasgow

 

"Thomas Gravesen arrives at a Glasgow hospital on Monday

Real Madrid midfielder Thomas Gravesen has left Glasgow without a contract being agreed with Celtic amid doubts over the results of his medical.

The Scottish champions appear to have some concerns about the fitness of the 30-year-old, who suffered a knee injury in the 2004/05 season.

 

But his agent, John Sivebaek, said he hoped a deal could still be done.

 

It had been thought that personal terms and a £2m transfer fee had been agreed, but Celtic now say "talks are ongoing". "

 

BUT NOW THE LATEST IS:-)

 

"Thomas Gravesen will complete his move to Celtic from Real Madrid today despite a problem with his medical. (Daily Record, The Sun)

 

Thomas Gravesen will tell Celtic whether he will accept a lesser deal after problems with his medical. (Daily Express, Daily Mail) "

Edited by java2001e
Link to comment
Share on other sites

Guest
This topic is now closed to further replies.
 Share

  • Recently Browsing   0 members

    • No registered users viewing this page.
×
×
  • Create New...