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BREAKING: £9.5million rejected for Jarvis

Wolves have rejected an improved offer from West Ham for Matt Jarvis.

The last bid from West Ham, who Jarvis is apparently keen on joining was rejected on Friday.

This bid according to E&S is £6.5million up front with add-ons making the deal potentially rise to around £9.5million.

It's a big offer, especially in comparison to £4.5million offer from Fulham, but the Wolves board have continued to stand their ground and have rejected the bid.

If West Ham want to take Jarvo away from Molineux then it's believed that they will need to break that £10million ceiling and increase the up front payment.




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The Journalist

Writer: Akela Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday August 16 2012

Time: 10:35AM

Your Comments

West Ham's board are a joke... You want him so bad, put up the £10million asked or go and bore someone else with your weak offers!
tom8808
Sell the lot of them!!! (Except Karl Henry)
BIG TASTY
The Moose on talksport says hes not worth the money, must be true then!
gregory house
Whoever so much as hints at moving should not be allowed to stay, be it the whole lot of them. That is, as you say, Big Tasty, except KH. Jez is doing a super job trying to get the most he can for them.
lovesW
If Jez manages to generate £25million(or anywhere near that) from the sales of SF and MJ, then his reputation as a negotiator extrordinaire will be complete.I don't think i'll live to see the day where the deal of £5.5million for the cart-horse Akinbiyi will be bettered...but "superb job", lovesW? I'll say. If I ever come to sell my house, I want Jezogel to sell it for me.
winstonsmith84
And why ever not, WS84? Superb job, I say. Get the most that you can for this lot. Once they have made up their mind to leave, either the Club gets its evaluation of the player, even if that evaluation is unreasonable, and even if that unreasonable evaluation is intentional, or let them rot in the reserves. See my comment to the article that follows this one for the background to that. And thanks for reminding me - I AM actually in the process of selling my house. Honest!
lovesW
I'm selling mine too...may have to ask the Jezmiester to negotiate for me. Give the club there due....they ain't being bullied by the so called big fish. Berra wants to leave because he has Prem League ambition????? I nearly *****ed myself. He'd make a good comedian though.
Rustmonkey
I'm selling mine too...may have to ask the Jezmiester to negotiate for me. Give the club there due....they ain't being bullied by the so called big fish. Berra wants to leave because he has Prem League ambition????? I nearly *****ed myself. He'd make a good comedian though.
Rustmonkey
 

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