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West Ham Make Final £10m Offer for Wolves Winger Matt Jarvis

Upton Park side put in third and last bid for Molineux wide-man.

Allardyce tables take-it-or-leave-it offer of £10m for Wolves winger Jarvis

West Ham have launched a final £10million bid for Wolves winger Matt Jarvis.

Wolves have so far rejected two bids with the last consisting of £6.5m up front and £3m in add-ons.
Jarvis, 26, has put in a transfer request but played against Leeds on Saturday and against Barnsley on Tuesday night.

SOURCE: Daily Mail

If this bid fails then Matt Jarvis may well be left scratching his head wondering just how much Wolves think they can garner from his sale. Whilst it’s true that the transfer market has ballooned beyond all reason one can not seriously expect to make more than £10m from the sale of a winger who was part of a side who finished rock bottom of the Premier League.

There is no denying that England international Jarvis is a talented attacker but there seems to be some disconnect from reality if the Molineux side think they can garner any more from the sale of the former Gillingham man.

Of course if Wolves simply do not want to sell the player, and clearly boss Stale Solbakken would love to have Matt Jarvis on board to help secure an instant return to the top tier, then the Championship side could just simply say ‘He’s not for sale for any price’.

Sunderland are in a similar pickle in relation to another want-away Wolves man, Steven Fletcher, and have also had multiple bids turned down for the Scot. Perhaps owner Steve Morgan is waiting to see who blinks first, hoping that the nearer we get to the business end of the transfer window, the more desperate Premier League sides will become.

This could all backfire on Wolves and leave them with two unhappy players disrupting their squad.


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