Date: 19th August 2008 at 1:45pm
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Reports (on the Mail Online to be precise) are saying that David Healy will go to Sunderland with Dickson Etuhu coming to Fulham in a straight swap deal.

29-year-old Healy has been linked with moves away from Fulham for as long as most can remember, with Etuhu also being linked with moves to the likes of Glasgow Rangers this summer, so both leaving their respective clubs wouldn’t surprise that many but seeing the two trading clubs might?

Healy is on international duty with Northern Ireland but it is believed that he will undergo a medical with Sunderland in the next 24 hours.

Do you even think that this reported swap deal is true? If it were true would it be something you would like to see Fulham do?

 

8 Replies to “Trading Places: Healy And Etuhu?”

  • Hmmm yeah right this’ll go through. I’m sure Roy Keane was well impressed with Healy’s flute playing a few weeks ago…

  • Healy and Keane are really good friends. Came through the youth ranks at United whilst keane was plying his top flight trade.
    Shame healy wasnt quicker because he would be awesome

  • I’d rather have Nevland and Dempsey on the bench than Healy but I’d rather have Healy than John. Don’t know much about this proposed swap, is he any good guys?

  • think he has strength n could run the central midfield not sure if he can also play as centre half too he might be a decent cover

  • Healy’s great, don’t know too much about Etuhu but sounds like a decent deal! Would like to see some more strengthening before the end of the window though!

  • Tell you what folks, from what i have been reading on the various Fulham forums this guy will be a total waste of space and cause us more problems than solving.
    It appears he has caused trouble on the pitch wherever he has been and goes missing in games for most of the time, another Diop. Most fans seem to think that Roy would be making a MASSIVE error of judgement, agreed by the fans of all the clubs he has `played` for.
    Pray that they are ALL wrong, or that he does not come.

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