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RUFC - No truth in Le Fondre rumours

RUFC - No truth in Le Fondre rumours

Rotherham United striker, Adam Le Fondre has been linked with a move to Derby County or Leicester City this weekend but his agent has dismissed these rumours.

Jesse Learoyd-Hill, a representative for Le Fondre, told Skysports.com that, although there was a verbal agreement that, if a Championship club made an offer for Le Fondre he could go, no bids have been made.

'There is no truth in the rumours that either Derby or Leicester have agreed a deal to sign Adam,' Mr Learoyd-Hill said, 'We did have an agreement with Rotherham when Adam signed and I am sure I would have heard from them if someone had made a genuine offer.

'In the current climate some of the figures being bandied about are laughable and I was pleased to hear Ronnie Moore say that, before the play-off final, there had been no phone calls about Adam. I would have thought it insensitive to disturb a team's preparations before such an important game.

'Though, of course, if there is anything that transpires that benefits all parties I am sure our agreement will be honoured.'



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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Saturday June 5 2010
Time: 11:12PM

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Papers sell papers by telling downright lies. Nothing new there but as you say it can disturb the player and the spirit of the team.
SFC Forever
07/06/2010 11:52:00
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hands off he needs another full season as the main striker not a bit part player at a bigger club
mvmiller
19/06/2010 08:36:00
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