Wolverhampton Wanderers have placed one midfielder on the transfer list and received a bid for another.
Fulham have reportedly increased their offer for Matt Jarvis.
Wolves have already rejected bids from West Ham and Fulham for fees of around the £4million figure, while it is believed that Moxey and Morgan are holding out for a fee nearer £10million.
The latest report by the Telegraph states that Fulham manager Martin Jol has put in a bid of around £4.5million, so hardly enough to start making Wolves hold emergency board meetings to discuss if they should accept or not.
If we are seriously holding out for a eight figure fee, £4.5million bids are just wasting everyone’s time.
Jarvis is of course one of the players who most of us expect to leave, but if no-one is willing to match our asking price he should stay put. Are these just the early stages of negotiations or do teams not value him as highly as we do?
Meanwhile the transfer listed man is 24-year-old winger Adam Hammill.
Hammill joined Wolves for £500,000 from Barnsley in January 2011, but hasn’t really pulled up any trees while he has been at Molineux with just 10 league starts and 23 total appearances in all competitions.
Ironically though, much like Sam Vokes, with Wolves now dropping into the Championship, this could be more his level and he could prove to be an option this season.
His availability is likely to interest Blackpool, who made the Championship play-offs last season.
Tell us what you think
This website is 100% by the fans and we are always looking for people to get involved. If this interests you please contact Vital Wolves.