Glenn Murray

Glenn Murray

Glenn Murray

  • Current club: Brighton & Hove Albion
  • Date of Birth: 25 September 1983
  • Birthplace: Maryport, Maryport, England
  • Position: Forward, Striker

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      Nottingham Forest boss has big call to make as striker discusses future
      is Murray simply enjoying playing football, following a tough loan spell at Watford. Read more, here. Nottingham Forest striker Glenn Murray
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      Brighton seal move for Maupay

      Brighton and Hove Albion have completed a transfer for striker Neal Maupay from Championship club Brentford. The highly rated attacker joins Brighton after rejecting the advances of Aston Villa and Swansea City, instead deciding to head to the South Coast to join the Premier League side.

      Leicester City enter race to sign Lewis Dunk

      Leicester City have approached Brighton and Hove Albion regarding a transfer move for impressive centre back Lewis Dunk. The player, who has been linked with a move to the Foxes as a potential replacement for Man Utd bound Harry Maguire, has 1 cap for England and is hopeful a transfer elsewhere will boost his own international prospects.

      Jose Mourinho reacts to Brighton defeat

      Manchester United coach has said that his side made too many mistakes in their 3-2 Premier League loss to Brighton and Hove Albion.

      Wenger's woes continue

      Arsenal's terrible week continued on Sunday when they were beaten in their Premier League clash with Brighton and Hove Albion, their fourth consecutive defeat in all competitions and leaving Champions League football next season looking ever more unlikely. 

      Confirmed Lineups: Chelsea vs Brighton & Hove Albion, Caballero and Batshuayi start

      Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has been forced to make changes to his starting lineup versus Brighton & Hove Albion this afternoon.

      Norwich City reignite Dwight Gayle move

      Norwich City will reportedly step up their efforts to land Crystal Palace striker Dwight Gayle.

      Bournemouth land Glenn Murray

      Premier League newcomers Bournemouth has completed the signing of striker Glenn Murray from Crystal Palace for a reported fee of around £4m.

      Glenn Murray set for Bournemouth

      Crystal Palace striker Glenn Murray is expected to be undergoing a medical ahead of his proposed move to newcomers Bournemouth

      Norwich City bid for Glenn Murray

      Premier League newcomers Norwich City have made a formal offer for Crystal Palace striker Glenn Murray, according to reports.

      Bournemouth bid for Glenn Murray

      Premier League newcomers Bournemouth have made a official bid for Crystal Palace striker Glenn Murray.

      Glenn Murray heading to Bournemouth?

      Crystal Palace striker Glenn Murray look set to seek a fresh club this summer, The Mirror reports.

      Bournemouth line up bid for Glenn Murray

      Premier League newcomers Bournemouth are expected to make an offer for striker Glenn Murray, who has been linked with a summer move away from Selhurst Park.

      Crystal Palace reject loan offers for Glenn Murray

      Crystal Palace are unlikely to allow striker Glenn Murray exit the club on loan, according to assistant manager Keith Millen.

      Bournemouth consider loan move for Glenn Murray

      Championship leaders Bournemouth are looking at the possibility of signing striker Glenn Murray from Crystal Palace on loan for the rest of the season.

      The relegation dog fight: a prediction

      At the start of every premier league season the inevitable talk moves onto not only who will win, but also the pundit’s choice to go down.

      Crystal Palace make Grant Holt enquiry

      Norwich City striker Grant Holt is a target for Crystal Palace, according to the Daily Mirror. The signing of Ricky van Wolfswinkel by the Canaries ensures Holt's long term future at Carrow Road remains in some doubt.

      Reading return to Premier League

      Reading have won the Championship title and secured their path for a return to the Premier League. The Royals had drawn 2-2 with Crystal Palace, but Southampton's defeat to Middlesbrough later on in the day ensured that Reading would reach England's top flight with one game left to play.