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Sunderland Makes Bid for Danny Graham, While Fraizer Campbell Is Heading to Wales: The Daily EPL

It’s not often that Sunderland is the main story in the news, but today it’s been revealed that they’ve made a formal bid for Swansea City striker Danny Graham, while Sunderland striker Fraizer Campbell looks set to join Cardiff City in the Championship.

Graham hasn’t had as much first team action at Swansea as he would like, while Sunderland need help up front to partner Steven Fletcher in attack. Having said that, Danny Graham has plenty to play for at Swansea where he’s one match away from a Capital One Cup Final. Plus, he’s been getting more playing time lately in Michael Laudrup’s side.

Danny Graham was born and bred in Gateshead, 13 miles from Sunderland.

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  1. dust

    January 17, 2013 at 7:18 pm

    lol at media outlets and bookies looking at Klopp for CFC LMAO… not a chance… if he leaves it will be for man city or worst case scenario Farcenal.

    who wants to work for he crazy russian with his itchy trigger finger.

    • Sacto Blues

      January 17, 2013 at 8:21 pm

      You have a point but you would be highly paid, get to manage world class players with a chance to win the Champions League.

  2. jtm371

    January 17, 2013 at 9:43 am

    if D Graham leaves will the Swans have to fill his spot before the transfer window closes?

    sorry to hear about the knee for Sandro sounds like out rest of season.good luck with the double over MUFC.when was the last time the Spurs did the double to the Red Devils i’ll guess sometime in the 70’s.

    so are you skating today with the snow or just cold.

    • The Gaffer

      January 17, 2013 at 9:46 am

      Swansea have already signed Roland Lamah from Osasuna on an 18-month loan. He’s a winger that could play through the middle, too. So it’s possible that Lamah could play behind Michu, allowing Michu to move on top as striker.

      Other than that, Swansea are also rumored to be trying to find another striker such as Kenwyne Jones from Stoke.

      The Gaffer

      • jtm371

        January 17, 2013 at 9:56 am

        is the Jones move more rumor or do you think it will happen?

        • The Gaffer

          January 17, 2013 at 11:07 am

          The Guardian reported it yesterday, so it’s probably true. Swansea may increase the bid if they’re able to sell Danny Graham, but I have a sneaking suspicion that Laudrup will back off on his pursuit of Jones.

          The Gaffer

          • IanCransonsKnees

            January 17, 2013 at 1:48 pm

            Stoke are actively trying to sell Jones Gaffer. If Swansea meet our price he’ll go. He wants to leave and has said if we don’t move him on he’lll un down his contract and move for free. An enigma is the best way to describe him. I’ve a good story about him but email me if you want to hear it.

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