Sentinel Playerwatch - Transfer Window Day Five: Owen to Perth, Flint to Burslem?
IT looks like those soccer-loving Aussies are in an Emile Heskey-induced daydream.
Heskey has looked like he is better than Pele since signing for Newcastle Jets in the A-League earlier this season.
So just imagine, then, what someone who is better than Heskey could do given the same opportunity?
That better-than-Heskey criteria could count a fair few Premier League players over the years, and nearly every England international this side of Carlton Palmer.
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It definitely includes Stoke City striker Michael Owen, who has been linked this morning with a move to Perth Glory by the Daily Mail.
The Mail quotes a Perth spokesman saying: "Michael Owen's agent has inquired about Michael playing in the A-League.
"Perth Glory are interested but are yet to find out Michael's terms and conditions. Until these are known, Perth Glory will not enter any further negotiations."
Across the Potteries at Port Vale, Micky Adams has been linked with a move for imposing 23-year-old defender Aden Flint.
Flint, out of favour at Swindon Town, is said by the Swindon Advertiser to be attracting interest from Vale and their League Two rivals Bradford City.
However, the Advertiser warns: "Town are expected to rebuff any advances."