Bournemouth’s striker Josh King is reportedly holding out for a £120,000-a-week deal to agree personal terms with a new club.
A tabloid says Fulham are interested in joining Aston Villa, Newcastle United, Everton and West Ham for the forward’s signature.
It remains to be seen whether any of his suitors are prepared to pay him that much should the report be true or whether he will remain at Bournemouth for his remaining six months of hiks current contract.
On the face of it, they do appear to be far too high wages for a striker with no Championship goals this season.
Let’s see if he holds his nerve as the end of the winter transfer window approaches on 1st February as clubs cool their interest.
In addition to the £6.2m annual wages, Bournemouth are looking for offers of £10m and over to try to recoup some money but again could be forced to drop their demands as February approaches.