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2016-08-22 07:03:40

Albion eye striker O'Grady with Ulloa heading for exit From The Argus ALBION talisman Leo Ulloa is about to end the saga over his future by completing a record breaking 7 million plus move to Premier League newcomers Leicester City. The clubs have finally agreed a fee and Ulloa is expected to finalise personal terms with the Foxes once they return today from a training camp in Austria. The squad fly home today but the Argentinian goalscorer is thought to have said his goodbyes and left earlier to complete his protracted switch to the East Midlands. The Seagulls have reportedly agreed a fee with the Yorkshire club for the robust 28 year old and he is said to be set for talks after returning with Barnsley yesterday from a pre season trip to Italy. Ulloa's impending departure brings to an end Leicester's determined pursuit of their top transfer target. Albion held them off, rejecting a fourth offer last week of 6.25 million. The Argus revealed on Wednesday Leicester's plans for a fifth bid and a figure in excess of 7 million has been sanctioned by Albion chairman Tony Bloom. It more than doubles the previous record fee received by the Seagulls for midfielder Liam Bridcutt from Sunderland in January and also smashes the record Leicester buy of 5 million for one time Albion loanee Ade Akinibiyi in 2000. Ulloa has scored 26 goals in 58 appearances for Albion since arriving on the South Coast from Spanish club Almeria for around 2 million during the January 2013 transfer window. The target man, 28 later this month, still has three years remaining on his contract at the Amex but has become increasingly frustrated by what he regards as a lack of investment in Ray Ban RB4151 Sunglasses Gradient Black Frame Crystal Green Len
Ray Ban RB4151 Sunglasses Gradient Black Frame Crystal Green Len the squad. Meanwhile, Albion are believed to have turned their attention to O'Grady after a 300,000 bid for Sam Baldock fell well short of Bristol City's valuation. [quote][p][bold]mark by the sea[/bold] wrote: So 11 million banked, and we are chasing a player who has been at 11 clubs? Are we signing players based on there ability or there wage demands. I feel sorry for sami, this guy is the punch bag. A player who scored 15 in the champ in a relegated side?! Oh yes terrible signing! We are apparently after Beccio as announced in Football League World this morning. Burke and his team will have multiple targets and be working long hours to strike deals in order of priority. We WILL make some good signings this summer and WILL sign and impressive replacement for Ulloa. We actually had our best spell last season with Leo out injured! The man who made the difference was Conway being able to supply decent deliveries. 7.5m for Leo is top top business. Well done the club. Those moaning about o'grady signing are pathetic. A player who scored 15 in the champ in a relegated side?! Oh yes terrible signing! We are apparently after Beccio as announced in Football League World this morning. Burke and his team will have multiple targets and be working long hours to strike deals in order of priority. We WILL make some good signings this summer and WILL sign and impressive replacement for Ulloa. We actually had our best spell last season with Leo out injured! The man who made the difference was Conway being able to supply decent deliveries. 7.5m for Leo is top top business. A player who scored 15 in the champ in a relegated side?! Oh yes terrible signing! We are apparently after Beccio as announced in Football League World this morning. Burke and his team will have multiple targets and be working long hours to strike deals in order of priority. We WILL make some good signings this summer and WILL sign and impressive replacement for Ulloa. We actually had our best spell last season with Leo out injured! The man who made the difference was Conway being able to supply decent deliveries. 7.5m for Leo is top top business. Well done the club. Inevitable but sad he should be leaving. We will be profitable this season and avoid Ffp. Without some crowd pullers of players ( Grady!!!!!!) And/ or some good early season results we may have issues. Am happy to see out transfer window but agree with other comments about Sami may have problems and it also fully explains our troble in getting Sherwood. Far gull Inevitable but sad he should be leaving. We will be profitable this season and avoid Ffp. Without some crowd pullers of players ( Grady!!!!!!) And/ or some good early season results we may have issues. Am happy to see out transfer window but agree with other comments about Sami may have problems and it also fully explains our troble in getting Sherwood.

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