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56% Say Don't Sell Bodde At Any Price

56% Say Don't Sell Bodde At Any Price

In our latest poll, the majority of Vital Swansea readers voted we shouldn't sell midfielder Ferrie Bodde at any price.

When asked what price we should sell the Dutchman for, 56% said we shouldn't sell no matter what the price.

19% voted we should sell for £2-£2.5m - Martinez's value of the player. The Swansea boss as well as Chairman Huw Jenkins have indicated that they will not affect any less than their valuation.

Poll Results:

none, do not sell!! (56%)
£2m - £2.5m (19%)
£1million (11%)
£1.5m (6%)
£3m or more (5%)
£2.5-£3m (3%)

Derby have been the club strongest in their attempts to sign Bodde, with 2 rejected bids of less than £1m.

Ferrie has handed in a transfer request recently which has given the club a huge blow ahead of the new season.

The Swans will also have to pay his previous club Ado Den Haag a hefty fee after a significant sell-on fee in the deal.

Our new poll wants to know your views on Roberto Martinez's comments that he could be signing up to 5 more players this month.

Is that too many, not enough or about right? Vote now on the right hand side.

Writer:VitalSwansea
Date:Tuesday June 10 2008
Time: 8:50PM

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I think if we are offered silly money then we should look to cash in but i certainly don't want him to go!!
welshboy78
10/06/2008 23:20:00
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