It's a Friday afternoon, OK? Time for a spot of light relief.
That over, it's time to catch up on our little friend Sunny. And the joys of tracking Ferret's little Spanish mate through a translation box.
Sunny, for those of you who haven't kept up is… Nah, where have you been all week? Where were we? Oh yes, it now looks as if he ain't going to AEK on loan.
Right, so what follows is the latest page from AS.com – the latest suggestion being that he could be Malaga-bound on loan. Even then the whole picture could be clouded by the fact that Valencia skipper Ruben Baraja is out for a month with the thigh muscle he tore in this week's narrow King's Cup win over Athletico.
Anyway, make of this what you will: Stephen Sunday, Sunny decides on its future today. According to AS confirmed his agent, Rodrigo Fernandez, footballer wants to resolve his situation immediately.
“Tomorrow-by-take a decision today,” said the representative. Sunny welcomed the choice of Malaga for a specific person.
“The player has carefully considered in Malaga because appreciates and knows Muniz. This is important to him. Muniz followed since he was in the quarry of Poli Ejido and have already spoken on several occasions. He explained his idea and loves.
“This is a significant endorsement,” said the agent, which leaves the rest of the clubs missing agreement between them.
“Conditions of the assignment, which will sporazumeta with Valencia, I guess you want to take over part of the tab. Therein not enter. Do not know if will be closed today, but everything is possible.”
Sunny has other girlfriends. So Fernandez takes to play their cards: “They are there also AEK and Celtic. Lo of Toulouse is discarded. But we have not spoken to any club of economic issues.”
The player has not acted because it was concentrated in Valencia, which yesterday took party Cup. But it wants to resolve an untenable situation for him.
“He had thought of staying in Valencia because it had many other options first, but Koeman told him that he had. Played the fifth official party and he closed the gates. Now have to get used to the idea that you have to leave,” sentenced the officer.
You know what? Old Ferret doesn't even care whether he comes here or not now; that's priceless. I mean, where to start? The poor kid. Brought up in the 'quarry' of Poli Ejido.
And he has other 'girlfriends'. Heh, so has Ashley Cole, acccording to my Currant Bun this morning. So what?
What does it all mean? That he's got an offer to go to Malaga – second in Liga BBVA in Spain, they're managed by a Juan Ramon Muniz. He's the one who watched our Sunny breaking rocks at Ejido. And that means a lot to the 19-year-old. So he could go there.
Or Celtic. Or AEK still. But not Toulouse. And not Valencia. He thought he might be able to, but boss Ronald Koeman 'closed the gates'. So he's now got to get used to the idea that he's got to go somewhere else on loan for the next six months. And he wants to make his decision soon.
And, no, they haven't talked 'economic issues' with anyone. No, of course not. As if…
Mind you, someone's got to pick up the 'tab'.
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