Bueno move has unexpected complications

Last updated : 01 September 2010 By Rams Mad Editor

Alberto Bueno
Alberto Bueno could go back to Spain at any time during the season to one of two clubs
The Rams have not yet seen Alberto Bueno kick a ball but there is already controversy over the loan move.

With the Rams looking set to loose striker Rob Hulse to Queens Park Rangers, it was thought that Buerno was the striking replacement. Yet it appears that he may have been brought into the squad as a left winger. His striking record is hardly what the Rams are looking for right now, having only netted one goal in twenty appearances for Valladolid during his first year with the club. It is also interesting to note that Valladolid were also relegated from the Spanish La Liga during Bueno's first season there.

The position is also not clear over Real Madrid's option to buy back Bueno within the first two years of his contract with Valladolid. This means the player could potentially be re-called by his loan club, or bought back by Real Madrid at any time during this season, leaving the Rams thread bare squad even more exposed.

Hopefully neither will happen and the Rams are left with an interesting and talented young Spaniard that will at least stabilise the squad numbers when Rob Hulse makes the move to QPR, which is expected today (Wednesday 1st Sept) subject to FA agreement...