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Reading Rule Out Lita Gate Return

Reading Rule Out Lita Gate Return

Premiership Reading have ruled out Leroy Lita to Ashton Gate. Lita has fallen out with Royals boss Steve Coppell and is looking for a move.

City have made inquires about the availably of the England under 21 striker, but Reading director of football Nicky Hammond says Lita is going nowhere.

Nicky Hammond said to the Evening Post "I do not expect Leroy Lita to leave during the transfer window and I still want him to commit to Reading.'

He added: 'I'm sure other clubs will look at the Leroy situation and think there is an opportunity there. But the manager has said all along he needs four forwards for healthy competition and there is hardly anyone we want to lose in the transfer window.'

Lita has only appeared eight times for Reading this season. The striker moved from City back in July, 2005 for £1 million.

Writer:Luigi
Date:Wednesday January 23 2008
Time: 5:33PM

Comments

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Well you might be in the market for a striker now Showumni is leaving.
StevieG Col U
23/01/2008 18:11:00
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bad luck now but never say never
ozanne park rangers
23/01/2008 19:06:00
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Would be a coup if he did sign for you guys again. I really liked him last season.
Matt_Us
23/01/2008 22:46:00
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He has stated that he wants to remain in the top flight. So maybe there is an oppotunity in the summer if you guys get promotion!
MASTER-RFC
24/01/2008 09:44:00
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He's been linked with quite a few & no-one has bitten.
storagematt
27/01/2008 00:07:00
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If he is going to go out on loan it will be a prem club!!
will it ever happen
08/02/2008 11:24:00
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