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Transfer news: Wolverhampton Wanderers are believed to have rejected the Hammers’ offer for Matt Jarvis
Wolves CEO Jez Moxey has announced that no players will leave unless satisfactory offers are tabled after reports that they have rejected West Ham United’s £9 million pound bid for Matt Jarvis.
The Hammers, who traded places with the midlands club as they won promotion to the Barclays Premier League, are understood to have offered £6 million now for the winger, with £3 million to follow in various add-ons.
But the Championship outfit are digging their heels in over moves for their players.
In a statement, Moxey said: “As we have previously stated, no player will leave Wolves unless the club’s valuation is met and it is in our best interests from a football perspective.
“We wish to retain our best players, we are not under any financial pressure to sell. Players will remain here unless we receive satisfactory offers.
“These are challenging situations for all parties, but we will continue to conduct our business in a respectful manner and will honour all of our commitments.
“We hope, and expect, other parties to do likewise.”