Vital Wolves: Saints accept bid for Surman
Wolves have had a £1.5m bid for midfielder Andrew Surnam accepted by crisis club Southampton - Daily Mail
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DESPITE not knowing how to spell the poor kids name right, the Daily Mail have reported that crisis club Southampton have accepted a £1.5million offer from Wolves for midfielder Andrew Surman.
The midfielder who previously had a spell at Walsall, has been attracting interest from Fulham, but according to this paper (which must be believed with their accurate reporting on his name), Wolves are leading the way in the chase for the former England U21 star.
Vital Wolves Comment: Southampton's recently sold Mcgoldrick to pay the clubs wages and could be set to cash in on another player in a bid to keep the club alive.
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