Sow set for Blackpool switch

Blackpool are closing on the signing of Osman Sow, with Syrianska FC resigned to losing the striker.

Last Updated: 13/07/13 at 19:23 Post Comment

Paul Ince: Impressed by Osman Sow during trial spell

Paul Ince: Impressed by Osman Sow during trial spell

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The 23-year-old recently took in a spell on trial at Bloomfield Road, which saw him figure in a friendly outing.

He may not have been around the club for long, but he made a positive impression on Seasiders boss Paul Ince.

He feels Sow is worth bringing on board full-time, and terms are about to be tabled.

Swedish outfit Syrianska appreciate that they cannot compete with a Championship club and expect a deal with Blackpool to be completed shortly.

Sporting director Jan Girgo told Fotbolldirekt.se: "It looks like Osman will leave us.

"We would like to keep him, but I can understand that it is difficult to reject a lucrative offer from there.

"There is still a chance, but it is not likely that he will stay with us."

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