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Foxes Pip Owls To Imp

Foxes Pip Owls To Imp

Promoted Leicester City are set to win the race to sign Lincoln City's Dany N'Guessan despite interest from Wednesday boss Brian Laws.

The Owls boss was said to have watched the former Rangers midfielder numerous times last season and was thought to be keen on the Frenchman's signature this summer.

But reports today are pointing towards the 21-year-old agreeing a three-year deal with the Foxes after rejecting a new deal at Sincil Bank.

N'Guessan is still under contract at Lincoln until next month, but a deal is already thought to have taken place to take him to the Walkers Stadium.



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Writer:Nick
Date:Wednesday May 13 2009
Time: 3:19PM

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It's certainly keeping us N'Guessan..
Auckland Owl
13/05/2009 23:04:00
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I'm not surprised if this is true, we only seem to be after players other clubs don't want and no fee involved, ie purse,miller,adebola unlike N'guessan who's under the age of 24, so wednesday would have to pay Lincoln something in order for him to play for us. how come a team like Leicester can beat us to his signature, this can't be true can it.
ecco owl
14/05/2009 09:43:00
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He is a free agent and it may be the wages offered or the signing on fee Danny has a free choice of course.
denno4
14/05/2009 17:53:00
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