I've said it a few times but stoke have an offer on the table and are hopeful that a fewer minor negotiations will take place this week and green light it , although they could do with shipping someone out to perhaps up the wages. Stoke certainly consider themselves the favourites although that doesn't mean it'll happen.
Despite all the people , posters , journos and twitter accounts that have talked of interest from Everton I've consistently said that I'm told and I believe we haven't made even an enquiry for Owen and have no interest in him , that could be wrong but I don't think it is
I can see this happening tbh.... were on about letting Vellios go out on loan for the season, it would make sense to get owen in as cover, if jelavic gets injured or even mirallas now who will cover them? dont say anichebe coz we all know hes gash.... Owen will take a pay cut and sign for us, on a similar deal to louis saha when he first joined. It makes perfect sense for owen, he lives 30 mins from goodison and all his stables and horses are here in Northop (welsh/chester border)... I seen his mate in the shop the other night and he did say Everton were interested in him.... Didnt say nothing more than that tho the [email protected]
Personally i dont see it being to bad as long as his wages dont cripple us because when he is fit he is a good finisher and good poacher, he can certainly come on in the last 20 mins and maybe change the game... but we shall wait and see
Anichebe is that gash that he scored 5 league goals in 12 appearances last season, most of which were off the subs bench.
Some of the far bigger names in the league don't even have a strike rate of more than 1 in 3.
I remember us buying Anichebe last summer and him never having played for us previously to that.
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