Date: 15th April 2008 at 8:21pm
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Derby County striker Robert Earnshaw has been linked with a move to Ashton Gate after admitting that his future with The Rams is far from certain.

The Welsh international moved to Pride Park last summer for a club record fee of £3.5 million, but has since struggled to hold down a regular place in Paul Jewell’s starting line-up.

And speaking to the Derby Evening Telegraph, Earnshaw hinted that he might be interested in a move elsewhere:

‘A lot of it is speculation, I’m sure,’ he said. ‘I don’t really know what’s going to happen in the summer. We’ll have a look at it.

‘The whole club is going to have a lot of people coming and going in the summer so I don’t know.

‘But there are four games to go and a month left of the season, so you’ve got to see what happens.’

Formerly with Norwich, Earnshaw made his name at Cardiff where he scored 85 goals in 178 appearances during a seven-year spell.

Nottingham Forest, Crystal Palace and Charlton are also believed to be interested in snapping up the 27 year-old.

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8 Replies to “City Linked to Wales Striker”

  • Bit of a surprise, but if you go up I don’t know whether he would score goals in the Premier League… has hasn’t with Derby!!!

  • what is up with Earnshaw? He doesn’t seem to be able to settle anywhere after a very promising start to his career!?

  • Surprisingly peaceful bladesforlife1889. If you make the play-offs we’ll see if you are “just too good for us” or not. Some squad you have by the way.

  • we have a great squad of player it was just nobson that destroyed our season, we should have walked away with this league mate. great stadium, massive fan base we should be in the premiership. well done to you boys by the way, what a season just try and keep it up till thr last hurdle. what did you think to the ground and atmosphere? how did it rate with other grounds you have been to?

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