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Queue forming for Zonz?

Rovers midfielder Steven N'Zonzi seems to have a long list of admirers who are weighing up a move in the summer.

The likes of Spartak Moscow, Anzhi, Arsenal and apparently Chelsea have all been credited with having him watched/scouted/registered an interest in the rather lanky Frenchman who has been one of Rovers best players this season. (ignore the Swansea game)

One can only imagine that the clubs interested are keeping a keen eye on Rovers survival or demise to see what they can do to pick him up in the summer.

With Zonz likely to attract bids in the region of £5-£8 million he is considered one of Rovers most saleable players so is a fairly hot candidate to leave in the summer regardless of what division we are in.

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Writer: Mikey Delap Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday April 19 2012

Time: 9:08AM

Your Comments

Would be weird to see him leave but he is probably the club's most divisive player!
Mikey Delap
Get 10m and let him go :) any less no way!
roverstdt
If ever there was a player that blows hot and cold its Zonz,at times he can be frustrating with the constant back passing,he`s a player that you know will do the basics but don`t expect the extra mile.Ordinarily you would say if the price is right let him go we could do with the money to improve the squad,but we know what will actually happen to any cash received.
rhodie110961
He has been disappointing this season TBH. It hasn't been an easy season, but I thought he would be one of the few players to step up when the chips are down, but he hasn't. Could he be a one season wonder?? Not too sure about that just yet, but i thought Jermaine Jones showed him how it's done in the few months he was at Rovers last season. Since then the midfield area has been gash...
Rye_of_the_Rovers
If he had a greater positional awareness and the propensity to track back into that area, then he would be worth 15mil or above. Because he doesn't, which leads to extra pressure on the back 4, £6-7mil is a fair asking price if he does want to leave.
GoneRoverBoard
One who definitely won't be a Rover next season, no matter what.
rossp2112
 

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