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Reading tracking defensive midfield duo



Reading are eyeing both Osasuna's Raoul Loe and Udinese's Emmanuel Badu, according to the Daily Mail.

Loe, 23, is a defensive midfielder who plays for cash-strapped, Spanish top division side Osasuna. The towering 6'4 midfielder has been a revelation for the Spanish outfit, who just sit above the bottom three in La Liga. However, Osasuna will be wiling to listen to offers in January, because of their current financial state.

Badu, 22, is also a defensive-minded midfielder, who plays his trade in Serie A with Udinese. Fellow Premier League side QPR are also reportedly tracking the Ghana international, who has established himself in the first team under Francesco Guidolin. It is expected that Badu will be available for around 3 million to 4 million.

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Date:Thursday December 13 2012

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