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Cameron Out, Cameron In?

Cameron Out, Cameron In?

Glenn Hoddle's patience during the first half of the transfer window, may soon be rewarded.

And Wolves fans everywhere will be singing his name loud and clear if the latest transfer rumour doing the rounds turns out to be true.

It may be speculation, it may be wishfull thinking, but could Glenn Hoddle be on the verge of bringing Cameron Jerome to Wolverhampton ?

In a deal thats almost as complicated as it is exciting, a series of transfers falling into place might see the young Bluebird fly the coup, and turn into a Wanderer.

The deal hinges on the sale of Kenny Miller, and the exchange of Vio Ganea enabling Wolves to match Cardiff's valuation of the 6'1 U21 international who is one of the most covetted players outside of The Premiership.

It may be a flight of fancy, most of what's heard in January is. But its not beyond the boundaries of belief to think it could happen.

Miller is reportedly wanted by 5 clubs, and if a Premiership side wants to come in for him, the sums involved won't be peanuts.

Vio Ganea is wanted by Cardiff, and Dave Jones, the man who brought him to Wolves for their Premiership season is known to be a big fan.

So could it happen? Yes.

Will it happen? That's a different matter.

But every Wolves fan will be hoping, that as he has done in the past, Glenn Hoddle is about to pull off a transfer coup that will leave the competition floundering in his wake.





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Date:Monday January 16 2006
Time: 7:44PM

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