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European: PSG Target strikers

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posted on Dec, 4 2004 @ 04:51 AM
Paris Saint Germain are looking for a new striker, with Louis Saha and Fredi Kanoute being linked with unlikely moves to the French capital.

PSG are chasing a big-name forward to partner Pauleta and are casting glances towards The Premiership.

Saha wants to stay at Manchester United and fight for his place after an injury-ravaged season. The arrival of Alan Smith and Wayne Rooney has seen the Frenchman fall down the pecking order but his cause has hardly been helped by his fitness travails.

French sources claim United could be interested in a loan deal whereby they pay a percentage of his wages but Saha has no real intention of leaving Old Trafford, even on a temporary basis.

Kanoute is also unlikely to want to quit Spurs, even despite coach Martin Jol's open criticism of the forward after his handball gifted Liverpool a lifeline in the Carling Cup.

The ex-West Ham striker has forced his way into the first team reckoning and has started to find the net again.

Shabani Nonda may represent a more viable option.

The Monaco forward is out of contract next summer and has not managed to agree an extension.


posted on Dec, 6 2004 @ 03:46 PM
pfff i think psg have to look for an other coach.

All people who come at paris become bad player now like rothen who powned with monaco last year ,like Armand who are one of best lateral in french championship and do nothing now.
And some people left coz of the coach like sorlin who was very good last year ,like the man who went at Manchester united who was very good.

i just hope they ll be disquallified for champion league!

posted on Dec, 11 2004 @ 04:29 PM
about saha, red faced fergie says he aint going anywhere

"I read the quote from the PSG coach that they have no money and that we would have to pay his wages," said Ferguson.

"That would be very nice for them, wouldn't it?

"There is absolutely no chance of that happening.

"Louis will start back with us in the New Year and is an important part of our plans."


posted on Dec, 11 2004 @ 04:35 PM
sounds like fergie tried a touch of sarcasm, pity his jokes are as dull as his expressions


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