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Adomah Linked With Wanderers


By Mark Heys
April 11 2008

Bolton Wanderers are one of a number of clubs in the top two divisions credited with an interest in Barnet's up and coming winger Albert Adomah after the midfielder put in a number of impressive displays for the Bees in the second half of this season.

The 20-year old moved to Underhill from non-league Harrow Borough at the end of January and scouts from the Wanderers are beleived to have compiled favourable reports upon seeing him in action first hand.

Adomah was linked with a move to Plymouth Argyle recently but the Pilgrims are not the only ones who want to take the rising young star out of League Two and into a higher league.

Up to ten clubs scattered across the Premier League and Championship have monitored Adomah's progress and Barnet could be offered a sizeable amount for the player whom they paid a nominal amount for just a couple of months ago.

Meanwhile, Bolton, Newcastle United and Birmingham City are beleived to want to bring Sedan winger Djamel Abdoun back to England. The 22-year old spent the back end of the 2006-2007 season with Manchester City but appeared in just one cup game for the Blues.

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