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Wolves join West Ham in O'Neil chase

Wolves have shown an interest in Middlesbrough midfielder Gary O`Neil, the Evening Gazette has reported.

Boro expect O'Neil to leave the club during the January transfer window with a move back to the Premier League the obvious destination for the 27-year-old former Premier League man.

The local paper falls short of stated an estimated figure required to purchase him, but does intimate that Boro would not stand in his way if an acceptable figure was offered.

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Writer: Akela Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday December 22 2010

Time: 1:24PM

Your Comments

Some vital Premier League experience would be nice, but i`d only suggest 1 or 2 million as I don't remember him being a stand out performer in the top flight originally??
akela
Did he play against us when we drew them in the cup a few years ago? If so, did he materially aid Boro's victory?
Southbank60
Okay, maybe I'm wearing my pessimistic hat but I am not exactly thrilled with the players we are being linked with. Reading up on him seems a lot of managers don't know whether to play him in the middle or on the right side of midfield so who knows where he would end up playing. The fee was undisclosed but apparently Boro paid in the region of 5 million for him (??) so how much is he going to cost us? 300 odd games and less than 30 goals. Is he any better than what we have got at the club at the moment, Foley is scoring goals from the right side of midfield, Hunt is scoring, Milijias always looks like he might score, Kightly might be back, Jones and Edwards like to get forward, we need an enforcer which will be Henry as soon as he is fit, possibly for the next game and then we have Mancienne so where is he going to get a game? This one makes no sense to me so I'll assume it is paper talk.
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