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    by Published on 5th June 2014 11:20

    Brentford look set to complete the transfer of former Oxford United midfield scholar Jermaine Udumaga. Udumaga spent the final part of the 2013/14 season on trial at Griffin Park and featured for the club's Development Squad, whom he is set to join if he agrees terms with the Bees. The 18 year old, from Lewisham, began his career at Charlton Athletic, before signing scholarship forms at League Two side Oxford United in 2012. He joined Crystal Palace on trial in the spring of 2013 and played for the club's Development Squad during the 2013/14 season.

    Source: http://www.getwestlondon.co.uk/sport...rystal-7221019
    by Published on 4th June 2014 12:50

    Punditarena.com has reported of Brentford's possible interest in Dundalk's former Irish U21 midfielder Richie Towell. Bees assistant manager David Weir was present at Dundalk's 2-0 League of Ireland Premier Division win over Bohemians last Friday night, with Towell scoring a "scorcher" to confirm the points. Towell, 22, counts Celtic and Hibernian amongst his former clubs.

    Source: http://www.punditarena.com/football/...d-gameweek-15/
    by Published on 3rd June 2014 12:45

    Fulham striker and former loanee Marcello Trotta has submitted a transfer request, despite having a further year left on his contract. Trotta has reported back to Craven Cottage for pre-season training, but is unsure if he figures in manager Felix Magath's plans for the upcoming Championship campaign. It has been reported previously that Brentford manager Mark Warburton is keen to sign Trotta on a permanent deal.

    Source: http://www.getwestlondon.co.uk/sport...ubmits-7207364
    by Published on 2nd June 2014 11:39

    Brentford have completed the permanent signing of attacking midfielder Alan Judge from Blackburn Rovers for an undisclosed fee following a successful loan spell. The 25-year-old former Republic of Ireland Under-21 international finalised the move this morning, signing a three-year contract. The left-sided player spent five months on loan at Griffin Park in 2013/14, playing 22 games, scoring seven goals and creating six. He scored the decisive penalty at home to Preston North End on Good Friday which saw The Bees promoted back to the Sky Bet Championship for the first time in 21 years.

    Brentford Manager Mark Warburton said he was delighted to secure Alan on a long-term deal. He paid tribute to Brentford FC Sporting Director Frank McParland and Alanís agent Barry Whelan for their work on the deal. Mark said: ďAlan displayed all of the right qualities both on and off the pitch and played a big role in our achieving the desired goal of promotion to the Championship. His evident playing ability is matched with an outstanding work ethic and level of professionalism and his commitment to Brentford has been first class from the very outset. I have no doubts that Alan will make a significant impact in the Championship and I am very much looking forward to watching him continue his development with the club in the months ahead. The fact that we can secure players of Alanís quality also speaks volumes about the network of staff we have at the club. There is no doubt that many clubs were seeking his services and therefore the environment created at the Training Ground plays a big part in his decision to join us on a long term deal. This signing is also great credit to Frank McParland for his unrelenting work over the last few months. Frank has brought a wealth of knowledge and experience to the Club and this is now being clearly demonstrated, with such signings sending out a clear message of intent. I would also like to thank Barry Whelan, the playerís agent, who maintained absolute integrity and professionalism throughout the process.Ē

    Frank McParland said: ďAlan really helped us to gain promotion. The manager likes technical and tactical players with lots of energy and Alan fits into that category. Everyone is delighted that we have managed to secure his signature as there were a lot of clubs looking at him and trying to sign him. Alan is happy playing regular football here and the support he has received from the fans is massive for him. Everything that myself, Mark Warburton and David Weir are trying to do at the moment is for a top level Championship club. We have a lot of good players at this football club and any players that we look at for the future will add even more quality to the group.Ē
    by Published on 1st June 2014 21:34

    Brentford are closing in on the signing of Blackburn Rovers winger Alan Judge. The Irishman scored seven goals in 22 games during a successful loan spell with the Bees last season, including the penalty that clinched promotion to the Championship. Boss Mark Warburton is keen to tie the 25-year-old to a permanent deal at Griffin Park as he strengthens his squad during the close season and the west Londoners are on the verge of completing a move for former Notts County man Judge, who still has two years to run on his contract at Ewood Park. Warburton is also in talks to sign Marcello Trotta and George Saville, who both impressed during temporary spells at the club last campaign.
    by Published on 28th May 2014 16:47

    Stevenage are lining up a move for Brentford striker Luke Norris. The 20-year-old scored once in three games for the Bees this season and also enjoyed successful loan spells at Northampton Town and Dagenham & Redbridge. Norris smashed five goals in nine starts for the Cobblers before netting four times for the Daggers in the second half of the campaign. The Brentford youth-team graduate is among several development squad players being offered a new deal at Griffin Park with his contract due to expire in the summer. However, Stevenage, Dagenham and Northampton are among a string of clubs who have shown an interest in signing the Hertfordshire-based hitman. Brentford would be entitled to compensation should Norris decide to move elsewhere.
    by Published on 28th May 2014 06:19

    Brentford manager Mark Warburton has confirmed he will offer a new deal to striker Clayton Donaldson. The 30-year-old was the west London club's top scorer in 2013-14, scoring 18 goals in 48 appearances. "When we first spoke to him about a new contract earlier in the season he said he wanted to play in the Championship and ideally that would be with Brentford," Warburton said. "I have spoken to him and conversations have been positive. I hope we can wrap up Clayton's future quickly."

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