No New Contract For John Carew?
No real surprises to read a report by James Nursey in The Mirror is saying we are seeing the end of the John Carew spell at Aston Villa.
The report says that Gerard Houllier will allow Carew to leave and also links us again, as we reported yesterday, with Manchester City striker Roque Santa Cruz which didn`t exactly go down swimmingly in the forum: Click Here
James says that the 31-year-old Norwegian international striker will not be offered a new deal so can leave on a free in the summer. Be interesting to see if we get shot in the winter to try to command some fee for him?
The report says The forward's laid-back demeanour and time-keeping has also not gone down well in Houllier's disciplined training regime.
Something that has confounded a few at the club I believe. Fenerbahce, Fiorentina and Sampdoria, amongst others, have been linked.
The report also says that Santa Cruz is available at a 'knock down price`. He cost City £17.5m from Blackburn Rovers.
OUR latest poll asks whether you'd renew his contract or not.
So far we have:
Atletico Madrid keeper David De Gea Click Here
Panathinaikos striker Djibril Cisse Click Here
26-year-old Swiss goalkeeper David Zibung who currently plays Lucerne. Click Here
Real Madrid midfielder Fernando Gago Click Here
21-year-old Toulouse winger Franck Tabanou. Click Here
Racing Genk's £5m rated Belgian international striker Jelle Vossen. Click Here
Michael Owen to Villa on loan or a nominal fee: Click Here
Michael Carrick from Manchester United for around £8million. Click Here
Tottenham Hotspur and Croatian attacking midfielder Niko Kranjcar. Click Here
25-year-old Argentine striker Pablo Andres Gonzalez Click Here
Robbie Keane linked... again (and no doubt again and again!): Click Here
Roque Santa Cruz from Manchester City: Click Here
Curtis Davies on loan to Leicester City and possible permanent exit in January: Click Here
John Carew linked out Click Here
John Carew to Fiorentina or Sampdoria Click Here
Nigel Reo-Coker linked with Galatasaray Click Here
Steve Sidwell to Werder Bremen or Wolfsburg Click Here