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    Eddy B wrote:
    Hard to keep up but as everyone reads the top post here are my thoughts on all the current discussions...

    Bridcutt - shame but gotta let him go if he has put a transfer request in, only a matter of time, play Ince instead. Would like at least £5m though.
    Barnes - happy to let him go too and don't let Burnley or Leeds watch highlights of the last 2 or 3 games
    Obika - for gods sake play him, throw him in and try him, don't do another Lita and Dobbie
    Mason - who? is it worth it. Why not stick with our current crop now we've just added Obika UNLESS they are good enough to improve the first XI.
    Buckley - love him when he's playing but he is so injury prone, has he ever managed 3 x 90mins on the bounce?
    If Barnes goes, which seems certain, we will only have Ulloa and Obika, Mason becomes the third striker safety net option.
    Bridcutt, I would be happy with 4 million cash and a sell on clause. Barnes just wants to go, and my guess is wages. If he goes to Burnley he will be a bench warmer for the most part, unless Burnley are selling. Buckley, when fit, is a great asset for us, keeping him fit, well that is the problem isn't it. I think Ince owes some of his good play to Bridders, he will need to form a partnership with another in midfield, but I like how it worked out against Reading in the cup."
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Transfer window watch update: Albion interested in Cardiff striker

Transfer window watch update: Albion interested in Cardiff striker

Joe Mason is a target for Albion

Joe Mason is a target for Albion

First published in Sport
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by , Chief sports reporter

Albion have Cardiff's Joe Mason on their radar as they weigh up their striker options.

The Seagulls are looking at Mason as a possible replacement for Ashley Barnes if he moves to Leeds or Burnley, The Argus can reveal.

Mason is in a similar situation at Cardiff to winger Craig Conway, who Albion want back on loan.

The 22-year-old bought from Plymouth for £250,000 in July 2011 helped the Welshmen to promotion from the Championship last season but has not featured for them in the Premier League.

Former Republic of Ireland under 21 international Mason has just returned from a loan spell with Bolton Wanderers.

The Seagulls would face competition to secure the £600,000-rated marksman from Championship rivals Bolton and others.

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