Thursday, August 25, 2011

You want to know the goodie?!?! YOU CAN'T HANDLE THE GOODIE!!! (updated)

I have a six-pack of transfer scene updates (some you're waiting on, some you're unaware of) set to drop at MLSS before too long, but I thought it best to come here and give you all a sneak preview.

I have learned that one Bundesliga club is hiding behind the corner, waiting to see if they can grab Michael Bradley for less in the final few days of the transfer session. I do not know who it is, but I can tell you that it is neither Hamburg (who used to love him) nor Werder Bremen (who thought about him when Frings left, but stop calling when they heard the price). Everyone is trying to be extra thrifty in Germany right now, so others may join that mystery hiding club before the window closes.

Of course, Roma remain interested, and I was told that they are crossing fingers that they can have ducks in rows to make an offer for an American player that has not been decided... in the final few days of the transfer session. Bologna and Napoli remain somewhat interested in Bradley, but are clearly otherwise occupied. I cannot personally confirm the new Chievo reports from Italy. It wouldn't surprise me if it was true, though. His reps are out there making pitches like Joaquin Andujar.

UPDATE: This just in... there may also be a suitor in La Liga. Before you ask, I do not know. I have ideas and I'll be on it. Over and out.

- Greg Seltzer


dallen said...

I'm gonna have to bill you for my mouse. I'm wearing it out clicking refresh.

tom said...

Let's hope that his agents can be more consistently effective than Joaquin Andujar.

Phil McCracken said...

Wow, lots going on.

As always, great work, Greg and keep pushing towards the finish line.

Artruo said...

Great jobs guys filling us in (kinda) on the ongoing transfer saga of Michael Bradley.

Greg Seltzer said...

I'll be honest, Arturo... I do not know much more about it than I told.

Unknown said...

Do you know anything about Jones or Clark because JK didn't call them either due to fluid club situations