Monday, May 01, 2006

Gudjohnsen to learn his Chelsea fate

Eidur Gudjohnsen's future at Chelsea will be decided tomorrow according to his dad Arnór Gudjohnsen who also acts as his agent. The Icelandic international hasn't featured for the Blues in the past month and has been subject of speculation linking him away from Stamford Bridge.

Arnór Gudjohnsen told Icelandic newspaper Fréttablaðið yesterday that he'll have a meeting with Chelsea tomorrow where Eidur's future at Chelsea will be decided.

"After the meeting tomorrow, Eidurs future at the club should become more clearer," said Arnór Gudjohnsen.

Chelsea chief executive Peter Kenyon told BBC Radio Five Live yesterday that the club will allow three players to leave in the summer and re-iterated that neither Didier Drogba nor Shaun Wright-Phillips would be among those leaving.

Kenyon told BBC Radio Five Live: "It will be three in and three out.

"One of those is clearly Michael Ballack and we hope we can get that done before the World Cup."

Gudjohnsen has been linked with a move to Tottenham in the past few days.



At 1/5/06, Anonymous Anonymous said...

He's gone.

At 2/5/06, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Kill me now... He is Chelsea through and through, an absolutely brilliant footballer and if he leaves it is a detriment for CFC not only because they are losing a technically brilliant footballer, but because a potential opposing team could gain him. Keep the blue flag flying high Eidur, and don't leave us, we love and need you!

At 2/5/06, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Arséne Wenger and Alex Ferguson both want to sign him.


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