As we reported in our story a few days ago
It looks like this deal may be wrapped up in a couple of days since Burussia have pulled out of the deal – as they have been outbid by Newcastle.
Sam Allardyce went to watch Rozehnal play at the Millennium Stadium on Saturday in the 0-0 draw between
Sam must have liked what he saw because Borussia Dortmund have conceded defeat in their pursuit of the Czech Republic International which leaves the way clear for Sam to bring Rozehnal to Newcastle.
Sam Allardyce is prepared to up
Borussia Dortmund manager Hans-Joachim Watzke told Kicker:
“We were keen on him long before the English registered their interest, but
won’t allow him to join us. Paris
“Financially we have gone as far as possible and we won’t be part of a bidding race.
“We won’t and we can’t afford to spend 5million euros (Â£3.3M) for a central defender.”
Well – we can afford Â£3.3M for a very good – no nonsense defender – to fill one of our problem positions. Rozehnal has played a major role at the heart of the PSG defense for the last two seasons – since joining from Belgian outfit Club Brugge.
Here are Rozehnalâ€™s career statistics again – for the three clubs he has played for:
Year Club Games (Goals) 1993 -2003 Sigma Olomouc 72 (2) 2003 - 2005 Club Brugge 50 (1) 2005- Paris Saint-Germain 73 (1)
Comments always welcome – it does look to us like Rozehnal is on his way.