Date: 17th March 2009 at 11:52am
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Reading through a recent copy of the football magazine – Four Four Two – we stumbled across a potential transfer target we`re being linked with.

His name is Ze Roberto and he`s currently playing for Bayern Munich in the Bundesliga.

But, the Brazilian is thinking of leaving the German side this summer and the name of Fulham appears in a long list of Premier League clubs that might be interested.

Hopefully it`s just a load of paper talk because here at Vital Fulham we`d hope that Roy Hodgson is looking at more long term transfer targets than a thirty-four year old Brazilian looking for one last pay day!

 

10 Replies to “Fulham – Brazilian Star Tracked?”

  • i would definitely be more interested in picking up youngsters to bolster the squad than looking for old players. we’ll see what happens i guess.

  • Like Woody, I would prefer going for youngsters with previous Prem experience, but I think very highly of Ze Roberto. I saw him score a cracker against Bochum at the weekend. Even at 35, he can still play at a high level. If we were serious about making a push for Europe and the price was right, I think he would be a great signing.

  • wouldn’t want him here to be honest. he would just be after money and he would hardly ‘bolster’ the squad at his age. nothing wrong with a bit of experience here and there, but i dont think he would offer that.

  • Roy knows what he’s doing. Most players that we’re linked with are young and British e.g Huddlestone, Delph, Moses and he’s already brought Barnes in. I can’t see any legs in this one….

  • I think he would bolster the squad. He’s a good player. Again, if the price is right, we could do worse.

  • in a way, he could just be another dacourt, but more risky and more expensive. we have a strong midfield setup as it is, and his fitness levels at that sort of age will not allow him to play enough football, and seen as roy is a ‘consistency man’ he wouldn’t break back into the team. thats the way i look at it.

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