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Rendell's open to loan extension

Scott Rendell
Rendell joined Posh for a six figure sum in February

Peterborough United striker Scott Rendell says he is open to extending his stay at Cambridge on a loan basis.

Rendell is on loan with the U's until January having fallen out of favour at London Road.

Rendell told BBC Radio Cambridgeshire: "There is a possibility that if no-one comes in for me in January then the loan will be extended.

"Ideally I wouldn't want to sign permanently back here, but that's not to say I'm ruling it out."

Posh are keen to offload Rendell, but want to recoup much of the six figure sum they paid Cambridge United for the 22-year-old back in February.

Director of football Barry Fry claims the club have received two offers for Rendell from League clubs, one of which is believed to be Stockport County.

The former Reading and Crawley man admits he would prefer a move back into the Football League, but will consider his options carefully.

"There's obviously a lot of sorting out to do, it's not as cut and dried as just signing for a League side," he said.

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Rendell has spent time at eight different clubs during his career, and is hopeful that his next move will give him a chance to settle down.

"I bought a house in Peterborough in August and I'm just starting to get a bit of normality in life instead of moving all over the place all the time," he said.

"I was living out of the back of my car until the end of last season, but I've moved in and I'm really happy now."



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see also
Cambridge confirm Rendell talks
16 Dec 08 |  Cambridge Utd
Fry warns Cambridge over Rendell
11 Dec 08 |  Cambridge Utd
Ferguson widens striker search
02 Dec 08 |  Peterborough


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