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PostPosted: 22.11.2017 22:37    Post subject: Reply with quote

Already Dundalk have lost one of their key men from last season, Niclas Vemmelund, the Danish defender who may be joining Rosenborg.

Read more: Dundalk takeover progresses with upgrades planned

It is claimed that the former Odense and Stjarnan defender has been attracting interest from clubs back in his homeland following positive showings against Rosenberg.

Read more: Niclas Vemmelund mulling Dundalk offer amid Danish interest, according to representatives
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PostPosted: 02.12.2017 14:52    Post subject: Reply with quote

Norwich City midfielder Alex Tettey has calmed reports that he has agreed to join former club Rosenborg next summer.

The 31-year-old is out of contract in June and could see his Canaries spell coming to an end, having joined from Rennes in 2012 and made over 150 appearances.

Tettey was quoted in Norwegian newspaper VG on Friday, saying that his representatives have spoken to Rosenborg, the club he began his career with. The tough-tackler was capped 34 times by Norway, scoring three goals, but decided to retire from international football earlier this year due to knee problems.

“It’s not true that I am in dialogue with Rosenborg Football Club,” the City midfielder posted on his @AlexTettey86 Twitter account. ”I haven’t spoken to any club about my future and if I have any news, then I will share it with you guys.”

Read more: Alex Tettey denies he is in talks with Rosenborg about summer move as his Norwich contract runs down
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PostPosted: 31.12.2017 12:55    Post subject: Reply with quote

Last summer the former Rennes midfielder was reportedly a target for former City boss Alex Neil after taking over at Championship rivals Preston, while a return to Norway with former club Rosenborg has also been mentioned.

“It’s not a good situation, to be honest,” Tettey said of his future. “No professional football player wants to be out of contract but I’m personally not thinking much about it, my agent is dealing with that part so that I can focus on football.

“At the moment nothing is happening so I have nothing to say but hopefully that can change soon because no-one wants to be unemployed.”

He added: “To stay in England and play football, that’s what I’m hoping for still.”

Read more: Canaries midfielder Tettey admits summer exit is a ‘big possibility’
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PostPosted: 03.04.2018 16:17    Post subject: Reply with quote

Dundee have turned down a million-pound bid from Scandinavia for central defender Steven Caulker, the Tele understands.

The transfer window in the Nordic countries is open until tomorrow night due to their summer schedule and that’s led to a scramble for new faces.

One club, thought to have been involved in the Champions League earlier this season, has had their eye on former Liverpool and Spurs man Caulker.

And this week they tabled a seven-figure bid to try to prise him from the Dark Blues’ grasp.

However, despite the size of the offer, Dundee are desperate to keep hold of the former England international and do not need to sell.

Read more: Dundee reject £1m bid for Steven Caulker

According to Talking Baws the bid came from Rosenborg.
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PostPosted: 03.04.2018 18:25    Post subject: Reply with quote

Rosenborg have submitted a bid worth £1.8m for him.

The transfer window in Norway is still open until tomorrow night due to their summer football schedule.

Neil McCann is determined to hold on to Caulker however and he has now confirmed that Dundee REJECTED the bid.

It is one of the biggest offers the Dens Park club has ever turned down, and is worth more than the record fee they received from Celtic from Jack Hendry.

Read more: Dundee REJECT bid worth £1.8million for Steven Caulker from Rosenborg

Steven Caulker has unfinished business at Dundee, according to manager Neil McCann after the club knocked back a seven-figure bid for the centre-back.

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Neil said: “There has been a substantial bid. It’s got to the stage where it well exceeds the club record fee we have received for a player – but it’s been knocked back. Well over a million.

Read more: Neil McCann confirms Dundee turned down ‘unbelievable bid’ for Steven Caulker

"All in all, I'm very happy. It's fantastic for Steven that he's come here and, in a short space of time, a club has decided to try and prise him from us for that size of transfer fee. It shows how good a player he is but he'll be going nowhere.

"I'm not prepared to say what it is but it's well in excess of the fee that we received for Jack Hendry.

Read more: McCann: Caulker bid was well above Dundee's record fee
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PostPosted: 03.04.2018 20:17    Post subject: Reply with quote

Rosenborg, champions of Norway for the past three years, made their initial approach on Monday and came back on Tuesday morning with a revised offer.

Read more: Dundee reject record offer for defender Steven Caulker from Rosenborg
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PostPosted: 01.05.2018 13:16    Post subject: Reply with quote

The Canaries have made Tettey an offer and Farke admitted he expects a swift decision, with the Championship climax at Sheffield Wednesday on Sunday.

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“If it is not possible to sign Alex then we have to watch out which players are capable to fulfil his position.

“We need a decision in the next few days, maybe even before Sheffield.

“It is a little bit complicated because of the financial point of view.

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“One of the reasons you keep a lad like Alex is because of his experience and he knows how to win those battles in the Championship. It is important to have experience like Alex because we have a lot of good young lads who need leadership.

“If it is not possible to keep him I don’t think the world breaks down. We will still be competitive.”

Read more: Crunch time for Alex Tettey contract talks
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