Only A Massive Offer Would Tempt Poyet To Part With Skipper
By Rob Miles (BarnsleyBoy)
Updated Saturday, 19th May 2012
"Derisory" offer by Reds will not land Greer
Brighton & Hove Albion manager Gustavo Poyet has stated it will take an “unbelievable” offer for him to even consider selling his captain Gordon Greer amid news of a bid from Barnsley.
It was revealed this week that Reds boss Keith Hill had submitted an offer for 31 year old centre-half Greer who scored in the Seagulls’ 2-0 win over Barnsley in November, but according to sources in East Sussex, the offer was well below £100,000, despite Brighton singing Greer for £250,000 from Swindon in 2010.
“We are not surprised by anything but it is not an issue, it’s not our problem because he is not for sale.
“We can’t even talk about it until something massive comes in for someone, something that is incredible and we cannot reject.
“His the captain of the football club so it would take something incredible for us to consider.”
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