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Adomah Heading For The Premier League?

According to speculation in a Welsh newspaper this week, Cardiff City are supposed to be interested in Albert Adomah.

City have slashed the asking price for the winger and Cardiff are now tempted to come up with an offer although it will no doubt fall short of City's new valuation.

A cool million is City's price, half of what they wanted a few months ago, but as well as the interest from Cardiff, Palace will be alerted and maybe Swansea might come back for a sniff.




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Writer: Andy999 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday May 30 2013

Time: 9:22PM

 

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