Sociedad want Charlton keeper
By Kent Hedlundh
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Real Sociedad could make a bid for Charlton Athletic keeper Stephan Andersen.
Real Sociedad could hand unsettled Charlton Athletic keeper Stephan Andersen his wish of first-team football.
Andersen has recently expressed a desire to leave The Valley on loan in search of regular playing time.
Though Andersen was Charlton's first choice during the early stages of last season, he lost his place to Thomas Myhre.
He came back in for the closing two matches, but it is unlikely to appease the 24-year-old, unless he finds favour with The Addicks' new manager.
If the Dane is not Alan Curbishley's replacement's first choice, then Spanish side Sociedad are waiting in the wings.
Sociedad are due to watch the keeper play for Denmark against Paraguay on Saturday and Andersen's agent Karsten Aabrink confirmed the interest from La Liga.
"I have got a good impression of the club and the people involved in the Morten Skoubo transfer," Aabrink told Ekstra Bladet.
"It would be interesting for Stephan and also for his development."