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Portsmouth Receive Bid For Glen Johnson

Saturday 13 June 2009: Sky Sports News are saying Portsmouth have received a bid for their right-back, Glen Johnson, but from which club?

Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester City have been linked with the 24-year-old and now we hear bids between 15 and 20 million have been tabled.

Johnson's move from the south coast could bring him a whopping salary of 120,000-a-week.

More on this as it develops.



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Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday June 13 2009

Time: 12:51PM

Your Comments

Does anyone know if the bid is from City?
Tudor
I can only see it coming from Chelsea or City. Arsenal wont pay that much, United have a good prospect coming through and Tottenham already have Corluka and Hutton. None of the other clubs can afford him.
eighthsin
The fact that the bid is from a Champions League club rules out CIty. It's Chelsea or Liverpool.
Aamir
Champions League side - where did that come come? SSN are still saying bids have been received from Chelsea, Liverpool and Man City.
Tudor
From what I've read on SS.com, Peter Storrie sugests that the bid is from a CL side.
Aamir
the important word there being "sugests"
steee
Sounds like a city bid to me. If i were chelsea i wouldnt swap johnson for bosingwa. Liverpool have no money and arsenal wont spend that much. I wouldnt be suprised if united want him. I think either chelsea, city, united
enzo city
We have three players who can cover the right back berth: Richards, Onuoha and Zabaleta. I'm more interested in bringing in a top Centre Back: Upson or Hangeland for Premiership experience or Metzelder for European.
Sindbad
the bid isnt from city are peter storie said he wouldnt hold him back because the bid is from a champions league team.
Mike Hunt
you might swap Johnson for Bosingwa if t elatter was moving to Bayern Munich :-)
merlin
 

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