Adomah Wont Be Leaving On The Cheap
If Swansea want to sign Albert Adomah then they had better forget a bid of £2million and start with £3million instead according to reports.
The Bristol Evening Post says that Adomah talks will not be entertained until an offer comes in that is at least £3million.
Swans chief Huw Jenkins has already been in contact with City`s new chairman Keith Dawe who will be installed officially on Thursday.
Nothing will happen until Dawe returns from holiday, but it does look like City will hold out for top dollar for the winger.
Adomah has two years remaining on his contract.