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Cooper open to Pilgrims

Plymouth could pounce for USA international

By Thomas Zocher.   Last Updated: 28/01/10 11:17am

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Cooper: On Plymouth's radar

Cooper: On Plymouth's radar

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The agent of USA international Kenny Cooper admits his client would be open to a loan move to Plymouth.

Cooper, born in Baltimore, began his career at Manchester United but failed to make the grade at Old Trafford and moved back to America in 2006 with FC Dallas.

His spell in the MLS proved productive as 40 goals in 90 appearances prompted interest from Europe.

Cardiff and Plymouth were both known to be keen at one stage but Cooper eventually opted to move to Germany with 1860 Munich.

His time in Bavaria has been interrupted by injury and it would appear a switch to the Championship is something he could be interested in.

"A loan move to Plymouth is a possibility," said Cooper's agent, Kon Schramm.

"But up to now nothing has been decided just yet. There are still several things to sort out."

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