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Millwall end interest in Royals striker



Millwall have ended their interest in Reading striker Simon Church, according to NewsAtDen.co.uk.

The website reports that the Championship side offered a bid in the region of 250,000 for the Welsh international, but any move would not materialise. The reasons for this are believed to be Church's high wage demands, as he is currently on around 15,000-a-week at Reading.

The 24-year old's future is very much in doubt at the Madejski Stadium, with his current deal set to run out at the end of the season. I think Church appreciates he is surplus to requirements at the moment and a move a way in the summer would be best for both parties.

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Date:Monday January 7 2013

Time: 3:57PM

 

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