It would have made financial sense to sell him for 8M+ in the summer, assuming we had enough time to bed in a replacement. This would have happened if Burnley weren't absolute ***** trying to unsettle and get themselves a bargain at our expense. The reasonable bid came in too late, and by too late I mean deadline day.
It makes no financial sense to sell this window unless someone is crazy enough to offer 6M or more for a player with 6 months remaining on his contract. Even then, would it actually make financial sense to sell? It's a massive risk to our financial prospects to start tinkering in the centre of our midfield in a mid-season window with our form such as it is.
Selling him for £6 million or whatever the current number is that's circulating him is POCKET CHANGE compared to what's at stake and TB knows that. He's a smart man who's not going to risk losing hundreds of millions for a quick little pay to balance the books.
Huddersfield have had a bid for Rotherham striker Danny Ward rejected.
Preparing for life without Nakhi Wells?
If you're the first . . .
EDIT: It was @edna krabappel
and I'm consistent (if lacking memory)
He meant Johnny Russell though didn't he?!
I don't want a signature.
I did mean Russell, as Nugent gone to Derby I reckon its still a possibility