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Exactly, Geofspurs... If we were to look at it from the perspective of another club as in Everton and their situation with Ross Barkley. If we take all the accounts of it at face value then he has supposedly been offered a deal, (several times) that increases his wage by more than double his current salary. From £40m a week to £!00m. And this is from his boyhood club. He has a manager that wants him to stay as well as team mates, including Rooney. And yet he is still refusing to sign and says he wants to go and that is that. What else should Everton do bar do their utmost to get the highest value they can for him. They could of course up their offer to him for an even better wage packet but believe it or not, they too will have an upper limit on what they will be prepared to do in an attempt to keep a player who says he wants out. ...

Posted By: Dele-Arri

Date/Time: 17/07/2017 14:03:00

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