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Wolves see Lafferty bid accepted?

THE Belfast Telegraph is this morning claiming that Owen Coyle has accepted a package worth up to 4million for Northern Irish striker Kyle Lafferty.

The paper is claiming that Coyle has finally given in to the constant rumours and bids centering around the striker.

It comes just a day later than Rangers saw their bid of 2.5 million cash bid plus 1 million rated midfielder Alan Gow rejected by the Turf Moor club.

The package that Wolves were rumoured to have offered this morning included striker Stephen Elliott and midfielder Darren Potter.

Lets hope the bid is true.


The Journalist

Writer: M'R Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday June 9 2008

Time: 12:22PM

Your Comments

What is it with this paper? They seem to be trying to force the issue. I'm sure it would have been announced by the club if it were true before they get to know and print!! Do we really want 2 of Wolves cast-offs? Does OC want these players? Then of course we have to get them to agree deals with us if they want to come here too.
smitrit
Would be superb if he was sold. Never rated him can't believe our luck to get so much for him.
EET
Interesting they say the deal was 2.5 million plus the two players not 2.25 million reported in Mirror.
turfmanphil
Daily Record dont seem to think deal is yet complete with Celtic coming back into it using Riordan as the lure in a player-cash deal
turfmanphil
Thats sounds a lot of money for Wolves to be spending?
dazza71
 

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