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Kebe likely to leave Royals next summer

Reading winger Jimmy Kebe is widely expected to leave the Madejski Stadium next summer, after GetReading have said he is liekly to turn down the club's 'top' and final offer of a contract.

The Malian winger's contract runs out next summer and will have the opportunity to speak to European clubs from January, with his homeland France a likely destination.

Director of Football Nicky Hammond told Jonny Fordham of the Reading Post: "With Jimmy we have made him an extremely good offer for this football club. However, the feedback I have had is that he won`t sign it.'

The 27-year old has only just returned from a persistent knee problem and is expected to line -up today against Southampton at the Madejski Stadium.

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Date:Saturday October 22 2011

Time: 3:27PM

 

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