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 summer 2015 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

Ferdinand keen to make up lost time

Reading defender Anton Ferdinand hopes to put his injury-hit first season with the club behind him.

Reading contract for striker Liburd

Reading agree a deal to sign striker Rowan Liburd on a two-year contract from non-league Billericay Town.

Keown keen to lead academy graduates

Niall Keown believes he and his fellow academy graduates will continue to get first-team chances at Reading in the season ahead.

Keeper Al-Habsi agrees Reading move

Goalkeeper Ali Al-Habsi joins Championship side Reading on a two-year contract following his release by Wigan.

Reading owners promise more deals

Reading co-owner Sumrith Thanakarnjanasuth promises deals for "three or four" more new players before the start of the season.

Reading co-owner outlines vision

Reading Football Club majority shareholder Narin Niruttinanon targets progress on and off the field ahead of the new season.