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Fulham join chase for Bellamy

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Mark Hughes has become the latest manager to declare an interest in signing Manchester City striker Craig Bellamy.

Sunderland boss Steve Bruce and Celtic's Neil Lennon both raised the possibility of recruiting the Welshman on Thursday and Fulham manager Hughes has now joined them.

If Bellamy did move to Craven Cottage it would be the third time Hughes had signed the 31-year-old after also taking him to Blackburn and City, while he played with and under the Fulham boss when he was in charge of Wales.

City manager Roberto Mancini seems to have put an end to Bellamy's time at Eastlands by suggesting he will not be included in his 25-man squad for the coming league season.

He said: "I have to choose 25. The rest must find another team. Craig is out of the list."

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