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Reading FC Corner 2 - Players & Transfer news/gossip

on Tue 24 Jul 2018, 11:57 pm
Reading FC Corner 2 - Players present & past and Transfer news/gossip




As the title says, this is the main Reading FC individual "PLAYERS" thread. For chat about general club policy & direction, and match previews, live comments/final whistle or on all other things related to the Royals please turn to the sister threads...




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Re: Reading FC Corner 2 - Players & Transfer news/gossip

on Wed 25 Jul 2018, 12:02 am
Here is a quick reference to Reading's summer signings ...




John O'Shea: Reading sign ex-Manchester United defender after Sunderland exit
https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/44361289






Marc McNulty: Reading sign Scottish striker from Coventry City
https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/44747667






David Meyler: Reading sign Republic of Ireland midfielder after Hull exit
https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/44377568






Andy Yiadom: Reading sign Barnsley full-back on free transfer
https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/44160787





Ajax defender Darren Sidoel on three-year contract
https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/44862278


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Re: Reading FC Corner 2 - Players & Transfer news/gossip

on Wed 25 Jul 2018, 12:04 am
And a couple of leavers:






Yann Kermorgant: Striker terminates Reading contract by mutual consent
https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/44779147







Tennai Watson: Reading defender joins AFC Wimbledon on loan
https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/44784168

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Re: Reading FC Corner 2 - Players & Transfer news/gossip

on Wed 25 Jul 2018, 12:56 pm
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NOTTINGHAM FOREST AND READING SCRAPPING TO SIGN £10M PREMIER LEAGUE ATTACKER

Nottingham Forest and Reading are competing to land Sheyi Ojo from Liverpool in a £10m deal


Liverpool are ready to sell Ojo permanently after the young winger was forced down the pecking order at Anfield.

Stoke City were said to be keen on Ojo as a replacement for Xherdan Shaqiri – who moved to Liverpool – but have cooled their interest after signing James McClean from West Bromwich Albion and Tom Ince from Huddersfield Town.

Nottingham Forest and Reading are now set to go head-to-head for the 21-year-old. 
Forest have already spent £13m on Joao Carvalho as well as signing wingers Gil Dias and Diogo Goncalves to compete with Matty Cash and Joe Lolley. But their spending could continue with a swoop for Ojo, who has spent loan spells with Wigan Athletic, Wolves and Fulham, as well as representing England at youth level.

Up front, £10m seems like a hefty fee but it could be seen as a long-term investment if they get several good years out of Ojo and then sell him on for a similar price. But Nottingham Forest do not really need another winger right now and Reading should focus on strengthening other areas if they have that money to spend.

I’m not sure which Championship team would take a punt on him at this price, especially now Stoke have dropped out of the running.

Nottingham Forest and Reading fans – Would you like to sign Ojo for £10m? Let us know below…

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Re: Reading FC Corner 2 - Players & Transfer news/gossip

on Wed 25 Jul 2018, 12:59 pm
Reading Chronicle
http://www.readingchronicle.co.uk/sport/16376511.reading-fc-midfielder-set-for-loan-move


Out-of-favour midfielder Joey van den Berg nears Royals exit
Reading FC midfielder Joey van den Berg is nearing a switch away from Royals. The 32-year-old was told to find a new club this summer after falling down the pecking order since Reading parted company with Jaap Stam. The Chronicle understands he has now joined Dutch side N.E.C Nijmegen on a season-long loan. Van den Berg's contract at Madejski Stadium expires next year and he will be offered an additional year as part of the deal with Nijmegen.

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Re: Reading FC Corner 2 - Players & Transfer news/gossip

on Wed 25 Jul 2018, 1:03 pm
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The lowdown on Reading transfer target Sam Baldock - Some of the key info behind the Brighton forward


Brighton and Hove Albion striker Sam Baldock is one of the latest names to be linked with a switch to Reading. The 29-year-old has both Premier League and Championship experience and a fairly decent track record. Royals boss Paul Clement is keen on adding at least one more striker to his squad this summer following the arrival of Marc McNulty from Coventry City.

  • Baldock has scored more than 100 goals in his playing career to date, racking up close to 350 appearances.

  • The frontman has represented four different clubs, these being MK Dons (2005-11), West Ham United (2011-12), Bristol City (2012-14) and current club Brighton (2014-present).

  • Baldock has found himself out of favour at the Amex in recent times, playing only five times for Chris Hughton's side in 2017/18 and just twice in the Premier League.

  • He did, however, score 12 goals and provide seven assists in 34 games in 2016/17 when Albion finished Championship runners up and were automatically promoted to the Premier League.

  • Baldock's most prolific season was in 2013/14 when he netted 26 goals in 54 games for then League One club Bristol City.

  • The striker has two England U20 caps from earlier in his career. He has been the subject of around £7m in transfer fees in his career and is valued at £3m by stats site transfermarkt.com.


Baldock admitted earlier this year he still harbours ambitions of playing in the Premier League. The likes of Leandro Ulloa, Jurgen Locadia and Glenn Murray all appear to be above him when it comes to selection at Brighton, while Hughton's signing of Florin Andone at the end of May from Deportivo La Coruna means his chances are set to be extremely limited.
He told The Argus in February: "It has been a really disappointing season for me.  Things are out of my hands but the lack of opportunity to prove myself I have found disappointing. I don’t think there has been any more I could do in training. It is just wanting to get on the pitch and show what I can do. I want to play Premier League football and prove myself. I’ll knuckle down, keep working hard and, hopefully, that opportunity comes."

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Re: Reading FC Corner 2 - Players & Transfer news/gossip

on Wed 25 Jul 2018, 9:49 pm
BBC Sport
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Sam Walker: Reading sign ex-Colchester goalkeeper on three-year deal - 

    Reading have signed goalkeeper Sam Walker on a three-year contract, after his contract expired at Colchester United this summer.Walker, 26, is reunited with Royals boss Paul Clement - who he worked with at Chelsea while a youth team player. he Gravesend-born keeper joined Colchester on an initial loan basis in January 2013 which after becoming permanent saw him make 213 appearances."He is going to provide good competition," Clement said.  ""I am looking forward to reuniting with him here at Reading, 10 years since working with him as a youth player at Chelsea. In those ten years, Sam has gained a lot of valuable experience."

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Re: Reading FC Corner 2 - Players & Transfer news/gossip

on Thu 26 Jul 2018, 10:07 am
Reading Chronicle
http://www.readingchronicle.co.uk/sport/16379118.reading-fc-signing-sam-walker-says-he-wants-first-team-action-with-royals


Walker warns: 'I'm ready to challenge for a first-team spot at Reading FC'


SAM Walker warned Reading FC’s goalkeepers he is ready to challenge for a first-team spot after joining on a free transfer yesterday (Wednesday). The 26-year-old shot-stopper signed a three-year deal at Madejski Stadium after leaving Colchester United at the end of last season. Walker, a product of Chelsea’s academy, rejected fresh terms at Colchester Community Stadium to further his career. He revealed he opted to join Royals because of the club’s ambition to return to the Premier League and his relationship with boss Paul Clement, who he worked with at Stamford Bridge. And Walker insisted he is ready to push for a place in Clement’s starting XI.
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“I’m looking forward to getting in and getting down to business,” stated Walker. “I made the decision as a young lad to go out and get my experience. I feel like a bit of an old man but I’m still 26 so I have a lot ahead of me. There’s lots I want to achieve so I want to work hard and see where it takes me. It’s going to be a different situation because I’m used to playing week in week out. I’m looking forward to working with Vito and pushing him and challenging like the rest of the goalkeepers.”
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Walker was linked with a move to Bolton Wanderers. But former Royal Phil Parkinson missed out on the shot-stopper as he opted to join Clement’s side. He continued: “There have been a couple of conversations (with Clement). A couple of days ago it became a lot more concrete and things moved quite fast. I made the conscious decision to turn down the contract with Colchester. I wanted to challenge myself at a higher level and it’s worked out really well for me. The club speaks for itself. The facilities at the stadium and the training ground. It was a very easy decision for me to join Reading.”
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Speaking about his relationship with Clement, Walker added: “He was my youth team coach and then the reserve team coach at Chelsea. It was a long time ago but I’m looking forward to catching up with him and working with him.”
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Walker will join first-team training at Hogwood Park for the first time this morning (Thursday). It is not yet known whether Walker's signing will have an impact on the future of Anssi Jaakola, Royals' other back-up goalkeeper. Meanwhile, 30-year-old Mannone was heaviliy linked with a move back to Italy earlier in the summer.

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Re: Reading FC Corner 2 - Players & Transfer news/gossip

on Sun 29 Jul 2018, 5:14 pm
Reading Chronicle


http://www.readingchronicle.co.uk/sport/16385001.reading-fc-paul-clement-urges-liam-moore-to-commit-to-royals

Paul Clement pleads with Liam Moore to stay at Madejski Stadium


READING FC boss Paul Clement insisted he will not shut the door on Liam Moore should the defender choose to remain at Madejski Stadium. The 25-year-old handed Clement a transfer request on Friday in order to force a move to the Premier League. Brighton & Hove Albion have chased Moore all summer and are expected to return with a fresh offer for Reading's player of the season. However, boss Clement revealed he holds no grudges against Moore and urged the former Leicester City man to stay at Madejski Stadium.


"I would like Liam to stay," asserted Clement. "He is a really good player and we want to keep our good players here. At the end of the day it will be down to our owners and whether they want to sell him or not. The timing is not ideal but if he stays then great, if not we'll have to look at bringing in another good player. I'm positive we will have a good outcome to this."


Moore was left out of Clement's squad for the 4-0 thumping by Crystal Palace on Saturday afternoon. But the manager insisted he would welcome Moore back to his first-team squad with open arms. 


He continued: 
"There are no surprises in football. He's one of our best players and in the eight games I was here at the end of last season I think he was the stand-out individual. There's always going to be clubs who want your best players. I would just like to say he is a really good player and I hope he ends up staying here. These things never work out in an ideal situation but we'll manage it. Everyone has got enough experience to deal with these situations. We'll be ready to act if we need to (bring in a replacement) but hopefully it will be a positive outcome and he will still be here with us."

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Re: Reading FC Corner 2 - Players & Transfer news/gossip

on Sun 29 Jul 2018, 5:16 pm
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http://www.skysports.com/football/news/11696/11453315/george-evans-closes-in-on-derby-move-from-reading


George Evans closes in on Derby move from Reading

Derby are close to completing a deal to sign George Evans from Reading. Sky Sports News understands a fee in the region of £1m has been discussed between the clubs. Evans is understood to be keen on the move and has rejected interest from Sunderland.

Sky Sports News reported earlier this month that League One Sunderland were in advanced talks over a deal for Evans. The ex-England U19 made 33 appearances for Reading during the 2016-17 season as they reached the Championship play-off final, but he lost his place last term, playing just 18 times. He was part of Manchester City's academy and joined the Royals in 2016. Evans made one appearance for Man City's first team - against Sunderland - coming off the bench in a 4-1 League Cup win at the Stadium of Light. He also had three loan spells with League One clubs, Crewe, Scunthorpe and Walsall while on City's books.

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Re: Reading FC Corner 2 - Players & Transfer news/gossip

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Brighton striker Sam Baldock has said his goodbyes to his teammates as he prepares to make the move to Reading. [HITC] #readingfc

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Re: Reading FC Corner 2 - Players & Transfer news/gossip

on Mon 30 Jul 2018, 11:27 am
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https://footballleagueworld.co.uk/reading-set-to-solve-problem-position-with-addition-of-premier-league-player




READING SET TO SOLVE PROBLEM POSITION WITH ADDITION OF PREMIER LEAGUE PLAYER


Reading are closing in on the signing of Brighton and Hove Albion striker Sam Baldock, according to HITC Sport.

Baldock is set to leave Brighton after managing just two Premier League appearances for the club last season. 
The 29-year-old did hit 11 Championship goals in the 2016/17 season to help the Seagulls win promotion but fell down the pecking order once they reached the top flight. 
With first-team opportunities looking slim, the former West Ham United and Bristol City forward is heading to Reading to reignite his stalling career.

The Royals have been in need of a new striker after Yann Kermorgant departed. So far this summer, Paul Clement has moved to bring in Marc McNulty from Coventry City to compete with Jon Dadi Bodvarsson and youngster Sam Smith could be given a go after a decent pre-season. But Baldock is now on the brink of joining and bolstering Reading’s attack.

The Verdict

Baldock is a decent signing for Reading and he should get them a handful of goals as long as he gets decent service. Everyone knows what the diminutive striker is about nowadays – he is a natural finisher and a fox-in-the-box style of player.

My only concern is that his style of play is similar to McNulty’s – Reading could have looked at signing a bigger centre-forward instead.

Reading fans – Is this a good signing? 

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Re: Reading FC Corner 2 - Players & Transfer news/gossip

on Mon 30 Jul 2018, 12:23 pm
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https://footballleagueworld.co.uk/reading-set-to-solve-problem-position-with-addition-of-premier-league-player




READING SET TO SOLVE PROBLEM POSITION WITH ADDITION OF PREMIER LEAGUE PLAYER


Reading are closing in on the signing of Brighton and Hove Albion striker Sam Baldock, according to HITC Sport.

Baldock is set to leave Brighton after managing just two Premier League appearances for the club last season. 
The 29-year-old did hit 11 Championship goals in the 2016/17 season to help the Seagulls win promotion but fell down the pecking order once they reached the top flight. 
With first-team opportunities looking slim, the former West Ham United and Bristol City forward is heading to Reading to reignite his stalling career.

The Royals have been in need of a new striker after Yann Kermorgant departed. So far this summer, Paul Clement has moved to bring in Marc McNulty from Coventry City to compete with Jon Dadi Bodvarsson and youngster Sam Smith could be given a go after a decent pre-season. But Baldock is now on the brink of joining and bolstering Reading’s attack.

The Verdict

Baldock is a decent signing for Reading and he should get them a handful of goals as long as he gets decent service. Everyone knows what the diminutive striker is about nowadays – he is a natural finisher and a fox-in-the-box style of player.

My only concern is that his style of play is similar to McNulty’s – Reading could have looked at signing a bigger centre-forward instead.

Reading fans – Is this a good signing? 

This is an interesting one. He couldn't do it at Brighton and some of that is down to not been in favour but some is down to the fact he is small for a striker and is up against big burly and quick centre backs these days in the prem who know there stuff and stiffle him out.
Down a league may suit him but again players now are fitter and stronger so it will be interesting to see if he has the guile to out fox the defenders.
I do though personally think that smaller strikers can be quicker but work far better as a foil off a tall striker.

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Re: Reading FC Corner 2 - Players & Transfer news/gossip

on Mon 30 Jul 2018, 2:34 pm
Yep, fair comments Darlo....

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Re: Reading FC Corner 2 - Players & Transfer news/gossip

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George Evans: Derby County sign midfielder from Reading for undisclosed fee

Derby County have signed midfielder George Evans from fellow Championship side Reading on a three-year deal for an undisclosed fee.

The 23-year-old began his career as a trainee with Manchester City and signed for the Royals in January 2016.

Evans is Derby's fifth summer signing, after Mason Mount, Harry Wilson, Florian Jozefzoon and Jack Marriott.

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Re: Reading FC Corner 2 - Players & Transfer news/gossip

on Wed 01 Aug 2018, 1:25 pm
Reading Chronicle 
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Sam Smith joins Oxford United on loan


READING FC youngster Sam Smith completed his long-awaited move to Oxford United on Tuesday. The 20-year-old striker, who was Royals’ top scorer during pre-season, will spend the season on loan at Kassam Stadium. As exclusively revealed by the Reading Chronicle last month, Oxford were among a number of clubs chasing the former Manchester United schoolboy.


The deal was delayed while Royals were in the process of bringing Sam Baldock to Berkshire and Oxford boss Karl Robinson feared he was going to miss out on Smith. But after Baldock officially became a Royal on Monday, the deal for the Manchester-born striker was finally wrapped up.


Robinson said:  
“I think most fans have known we were looking at Sam for much of the summer because we know all about the qualities he has and what he will bring to the club.”



Smith will join a host of former Royals at Oxford including Jamie Mackie, James Henry and Rob Dickie, who moved to Kassam Stadium on a permanent deal back in January. Smith is eligible to make his first-team debut in Oxford’s opening game of the season against Barnsley at Oakwell on Saturday.

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Re: Reading FC Corner 2 - Players & Transfer news/gossip

on Wed 08 Aug 2018, 4:08 pm
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Reading are hoping to sign midfielder Jay Fulton from Swansea City before the transfer deadline on Thursday.


Paul Clement has been looking to strengthen his midfield and sees the 24-year-old as an ideal arrival, with the two clubs discussing a fee for the player now. That’s the latest according to Sun journalist Alan Nixon, who claims that the Welsh side are happy to sell Fulton even though he started their opener against Sheffield United on Saturday.


The Scotland U21 international joined the Swans from Falkirk back in January 2014 but has struggled to establish himself as a regular since making the move. He has enjoyed loan spells at Oldham and Wigan in that time, helping the latter win promotion to the Championship last season.


However, Graham Potter clearly doesn’t see him as part of his plans at Swansea and that could be because the club are trying to sign Ryan Woods before the deadline. The Brentford midfielder has been the subject of a rejected bid by Potter’s men, who could go back in with another in the next few days.


The Verdict

This could be a good move for all parties. Fulton is a good player but needs to play regularly to prove that after years of not featuring enough. If that’s not going to happen, maybe because of Woods’ likely arrival, then he will have to move. For Reading, he is a good option as he is capable on the ball and is still developing as a player so would be a smart signing.


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Re: Reading FC Corner 2 - Players & Transfer news/gossip

on Thu 09 Aug 2018, 10:36 am
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Big update on Liam Moore’s transfer from Reading to Brighton


The Argus reports that Brighton & Hove Albion are now unlikely to sign Reading centre back Liam Moore. It is understood that any chance of the deal going ahead are ‘receding’, as Brighton have not made any ‘recent contact’ with the Sky Bet Championship club over the player.

Moore recently handed in a transfer request at the Madejski Stadium in order to try and force through a move away before today’s 5pm deadline. It would appear that Brighton are the only club to have shown a serious interest in the player. He now could be left red-faced, as he faces the likely prospect of remaining with the Royals until January at the very least.

Whilst Brighton would ideally like to add a fourth centre back to Chris Hughton’s squad before the summer transfer deadline, it is clearly not a pressing need in the eyes of the former Newcastle United head coach. This will serve as positive news to Reading fans, who are desperate for the player to remain with the club. The fact he has handed in a transfer request certainly will make it tough in the eyes of some supporters to accept, however, he is clearly the best defender they have at the club. Manager Paul Clement will surely be delighted to keep him on the books, and the player will surely get his head down and perform if he does remain. Clement left the player out of the squad in the opening day defeat to Derby County last Friday.

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