Drury Yet to Speak to Crawley
Monday, 17th Jun 2013 12:35
Released midfielder Andy Drury says he’s yet to speak to his former loan club Crawley about a return to the Broadfield Stadium, despite being linked with the League One side on a number of occasions during the summer.
Drury told the Crawley News that no deal is currently on the cards: “I’m not signing as far as I know. I haven’t spoken to anyone at Crawley Town and as far as I know, neither has my agent.
“I’ve spoken to a couple of people who have said to me ‘Are you signing for Crawley?’ but I don’t know where it has come from.”
Drury, who spent a successful loan spell at the Sussex club while with the Blues late in 2011, says he has talked to a few teams since being told he would not be offered new terms by Town: “I’ve spoken to a couple of clubs.”
The Blues face Crawley in a pre-season friendly at the Broadfield Stadium on Wednesday 10th July.
Meanwhile, Aston Villa are widely reported to be close to signing Sevilla left-back Antonio Luna, a deal which might suggest a move for long-time target Aaron Cresswell is less likely.
Get a free £25 bet on Ipswich Town v Fulham (or other matches) by opening a new account at William Hill. Place an initial bet of a minimum of £5 and William Hill will match that with a free bet of up to £25. You must enter the promotional code 'F25' when signing up as a new customer.
Please report offensive, libellous or inappropriate posts by using the links provided.
You need to login in order to post your comments
Blogs 168 bloggers
A Lack of Spending Will Curtail Progress by Nuggets
At a time when Fulham have just spent £11m on a striker with no Premiership experience, it's a little disconcerting to see Mick McCarthy announce that the club are relying on freebies and borrowed players once again this term.
Where Do Mick's Intentions Lay? by Mullet
The transfer window is barely open and the club isn't so much gently sucking in the fresh air of inevitable squad change, but blowing out the cobwebs with gusts of activity.
At All Costs? by RaymondovicBlue
OK, so Luis Suarez is an amazing football player. But for his return to fitness and brilliance we might still be in the World Cup! ('might' is a big word).
World Cup 2014 Overall Table at the End of the Group Stage by KBsSocks
I don't think I need to say anything here. I'll just present the overall table as the teams leave the group stage, as I've not seen it elsewhere:
Curse of the Commentator by TheBlueStig
While watching the World Cup coverage from sunny Brazil this summer on ITV and the BBC, I’ve realised a former footballer doesn’t always make quite the same impression when trying his luck at a bit of punditry.
Ipswich Town Polls
[ Vote here ]
TWTD.co.uk Story Archive