Wolves set to up bid for Saints Lallana
Wolves are weighing up whether to increase their offer for Adam Lallana after having a £500,000 bid turned down by Southampton - Express & Star
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SOUTHAMPTON could be set to receive another bid from Wolves for midfielder Adam Lallana according to the Express & Star.
Wolves have previously bid £500,000 while Southampton were in administration and selling players.
However Southampton have now been taken over and the new owners have already convinced Kelvin Davis to stay in League One rather than move to the Premier League with West Ham.
Vital Wolves Comment: The sale of Andrew Surman to us helped Southampton during administration, but now with new owners they may not be as desperate for cash as before.
Source: Express & Star
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