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City In Talks Over Liverpool Defender

Bristol City are today in talks regarding bringing young Liverpool defender Danny Wilson to Ashton Gate on loan.

Manager Derek McInnes is up against the clock to get the player on a short term deal as the deadline for loans is 5pm.

If the deal can be done in time the 20 year old will go straight into the squad that faces Middlesbrough at the Riverside on Saturday.

Wilson is in Bristol for talks and, if a deal can be concluded in time, he will travel north with City's first team squad for Saturday's npower Championship clash with Middlesbrough.




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Writer: Andy999 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday November 22 2012

Time: 2:52PM

 

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