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Church out? Ayew in?

Church out? Ayew in?
Reading have reportedly agreed a deal to sign Ghanaian forward Jordan Ayew, with striker Simon Church likely to complete a loan move to the Championship in the new few days.

Sport24 has reported that the Marseille president Vincent Labrune has told media sources in France that Ayew is 'close to committing' a move to the Royals. Royals boss Brian McDermott did dismiss any rumours circulating concerned with the young striker, saying it was pure speculation, but Reading fans have heard this phrase before!

Church, a Welsh international, will be on his way out of the Royals to let this move to go through. Many Championship sides are interested in the services of the 23-year old, which include Cardiff, Leicester, Huddersfield and Watford. However, Ipswich Town are current favourites to sign the Reading academy-graduate, who is yet to make a Premier League appearance.

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Writer:Josh
Date:Monday August 27 2012
Time: 1:20PM

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I'm still beating you Joshy ;)
LeFondle18
28/08/2012 09:57:00
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You look at it overall and not just this month, I will be miles ahead ;)
Y19-Royal
28/08/2012 17:31:00
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Ayew is a beast though. I think Reading should go all out and sign some foreigner like that Niang for Milan or sign Leitner on loan for Dortmand
LeFondle18
29/08/2012 09:17:00
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