On 8 January 2013 it was made official that Albornoz was being charged with statutory rape for having sexual relations with a 14-year old girl on 8 November 2012 in Malmö. Albornoz was detained and arrested for the offence on 17 November 2012, he was released after three days. Albornoz admitted that he was aware of the girl's age at the time of the act.
Barry the bird boggler wrote:You can tell a window is approaching when these sort of rumours start appearing.
No more than agent and/or journalist windy guff attempting to get a move going somewhere for a client.
I expect Reading will do virtually nothing in the transfer window. If we're very lucky the loan arrangement for Sharp and a new deal for Baird might happen but that'll be about it.
SPARTA wrote:Also, with Sharp's fee to be agreed/paid, who's funding these moves? Or more to the point, who's being sold to pay for them?
ZacNaloen wrote:I would imagine, even if we spent 30 million on wages (i'd be surprised after just one year if even that was spent) we should still have had another 30 million banked, plus the parachute payments.
That said, doubt very much the club will ever splash that around, not our style to pretend to be anything but broke.
Anyway they should bank a large portion of that to pay for the new training ground and more importantly to fund the academy for several years. Long game thinking.
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