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Stoke To Be Told 'No Deal'

Stoke To Be Told 'No Deal'

Stoke boss Tony Pulis is about to come in with a combined bid for both Scott Dann and Cameron Jerome according to reports in the papers.

Stoke are expected to make a joke offer for the two just to see how desperate Blues are to rake in some cash, but they are in for a fight because it`s not likely that they will be picking up bargains from St Andrews.

Between £8million and £16million is said to be the price, an offer that would not be enough for Scott Dan on his own, let alone with another player.

Another offer will come in from the Potters, but with Dann being wanted by bigger clubs than Stoke, and although there are various add-ons to the deal, a waiting game could be played to get a more realistic offer.

Several top flight clubs are interested in the Birmingham pair, but in an ideal world, new bos Chris Hughton would really like both players to remain with the club as he tries to mastermind a return to the top flight at the end of next season.

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Writer:Foxxy
Date:Monday June 27 2011
Time: 10:30AM

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between £8 - £16m is the price - well thats a very accurate estimate isn't it. You think £16m wouldn't be enough to buy Scott Dann? Blues fans really are even more dilluded than I thought. It's so funny that they've yoyo'd back down yet again
Valiant Villan™
27/06/2011 13:37:00
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Just been confirmed that its 16million on Sky, thats fair enough I reckon. Pity it has to be to those scumbags
marky bcfc
28/06/2011 12:45:00
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