Reading FC

Reading FC Information
League English Championship
Location Reading, England
Founded 1871
Official Website

Find this seasons transfers in and out of Reading, the latest transfer rumours for the January 2016 transfer window and how the news sources rate in terms of rumour accuracy for Reading FC.

Latest Football Transfer Rumours About Reading

Former Manchester United player Bebe, 24, is being lined up for a shock return to English football with Championship side Reading. The Portuguese forward, currently on-loan at Spanish minnows Cordoba from Benfica, was famously bought in 2010 for £7.5m despite Sir Alex Ferguson admitting he had never seen him play.

Daily Star - 28/Apr/2015
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Bebe Benfica Reading

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QPR have been linked with a bid for 24-year-old Reading goalkeeper Alex McCarthy

Daily Star - 25/Aug/2014
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Reading - News from the BBC

Bennett & Cox join Bristol City

Bristol City sign Norwich winger Elliott Bennett and Reading striker Simon Cox on loan until 3 January.

Cooper commits future to Reading

Reading centre-back Jake Cooper signs a new contract keeping him at the club until the summer of 2018.

Reading pitch invasion fine reduced

Reading are successful in an appeal to the FA to reduce a fine for a pitch invasion after an FA Cup tie to £40,000.

Norwood eyes Euro 2016 qualification

Reading midfielder Oliver Norwood is confident his club form can help Northern Ireland complete Euro 2016 qualification.

Reading 2-0 Middlesbrough

Reading climb to third in the Championship and end second-placed Middlesbrough's run of five-straight wins.

Blackman keen to extend hot streak

Reading forward Nick Blackman is grateful to "a heart-to-heart" with manager Steve Clarke for his upturn in form.