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Iwelumo to make way for Fletcher?

Vital Wolves Transfer round up including Anderlecht's Jelle van Damme and a possible switch with Burnley with Steven Fletcher and Chris Iwelumo switching clubs.

According to the Express & Star, Anderlecht are desperate for the sale of Jelle van Damme to be completed ASAP.

They have 18-year-old Belgian left-back Kevin de Bruyne lined up in a 3.5m euros deal with Racing Genk and would not like to miss out due to the 2.5million deal with Wolves for van Damme to hit the buffers.

But while one new player looks set to come to Molineux another looks set to leave.

The Daily Mail believe Chris Iwelumo will join Burnley for 500,000.

If Iwelumo leaves, especially to Burnley, then it could indicate that moves for Burnley striker Steven Fletcher have proved successful.

The paper has reported that Iwelumo has already held talks with Burnley and will make the move regardless of what happens with the Fletcher move, but personally I think if one goes through the other will soon follow.

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Writer: Akela Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday May 31 2010

Time: 11:00AM

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great piece of business, get it done
wrestler313
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31/05/2010 17:09:00

Thanks, Big Chris, but we do need better options in the prem
OLDGOLD
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31/05/2010 21:45:00

what you have to do now is to consolodate this season and most of all take maximum points from those clubs that have been promoted.
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01/06/2010 07:26:00

 

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