Winnipeg Fury Posted July 13, 2004 Share Posted July 13, 2004 Reports suggest Canadian striker Tomasz Radzinski could be on the move LIVERPOOL, England (CP) - Disgruntled Canadian striker Tomasz Radzinski could be headed to Fulham, according to a published report. The Liverpool Echo reported Tuesday that Fulham manager Chris Coleman is confident of acquiring the Canadian from Everton for 1.5 million pounds ($3.7 million Cdn). Everton turned down a Fulham offer of 900,000 pounds ($2.2 million Cdn) at the end of last season. The 30-year-old forward has also been linked with a move to Charlton Athletic, according to reports. Radzinski rocked Everton last week, telling the Echo that Everton manager David Moyes was unable to make a decision and that England teenage star Wayne Rooney should leave the club. The Canadian has one year left on his contract with the Liverpool-based team and has been unable to agree on a new deal at Goodison Park. He turned down a recent three-year deal from Everton. Moyes has not commented publicly on the Radzinski outburst, but the two met Tuesday at the team's training camp in Austria. Radzinski, given some extra time off because of his summer national team duties, flew in Monday. "David had a word privately with Tomasz this morning at our hotel," assistant manager Alan Ivine was quoted on the club's official website. Fulham is also reportedly interested in Blackburn striker Andy Cole. Everton paid Belgian club Anderlecht 4.5 million pounds ($11.1 million Cdn) for Radzinski in 2001. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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