Skip to main contentAccess keys helpA-Z index

[an error occurred while processing this directive]
watch listen BBC Sport BBC Sport
Low graphics|Help
---------------
---------------
CHOOSE A SPORT
 
RELATED BBC SITES
Last Updated: Tuesday, 31 July 2007, 13:25 GMT 14:25 UK
Fulham 'target Seol and N'Zogbia'
Seol Ki-Hyeon and Charles N'Zogbia
Seol (left) has admitted he wants to join Fulham
Fulham boss Lawrie Sanchez is thought to be close to boosting his squad with the additions of midfielders Seol Ki-Hyeon and Charles N'Zogbia.

Newcastle's N'Zogbia, 21, is likely to cost around 3m, while Fulham are believed to have offered Reading 1m for 28-year-old South Korean Seol.

Seol said: "Fulham want me and I would be happy to play for them.

"There is a chance I will start the season as a Fulham player. I want to play every week."

606: DEBATE
bf

Sanchez has already splashed out more than 14m this summer, bringing in seven new players.

But the Fulham boss, who took over five games before the end of last season, told BBC Five Live on Monday that he expected to sign "two or three more players".

N'Zogbia fell out with Newcastle when he was excluded from the squad to face Watford in the Magpies' final game of last season.

Seol joined Reading in a 1.5m deal from Wolves in July 2006.

However, after losing his first-team place, he threatened to seek a move and his recent comments about joining Fulham appear to suggest his stay with the Royals may not last more than one season.



SEE ALSO
N'Zogbia may face Magpies action
13 May 07 |  Newcastle United


RELATED BBC LINKS:

RELATED INTERNET LINKS:
The BBC is not responsible for the content of external internet sites

BBC PRODUCTS AND SERVICES
Daily and weekly e-mails | Mobiles | Desktop Tools | News Feeds | Interactive Television | Downloads
Sport Homepage | Football | Cricket | Rugby Union | Rugby League | Tennis | Golf | Motorsport | Boxing | Athletics | Snooker | Horse Racing | Cycling | Disability sport | Olympics 2012 | Sport Relief | Other sport...

Help | Privacy & Cookies Policy | News sources | About the BBC | Contact us