To Plan B or not Plan B
It appears that AFC Bournemouth are looking for a considerably higher fee for their top scorer than the 6 figure sum offered by Bristol City. There is a possibility , one supposes, that the respective values put on the player are so far apart that the deal is dead in the water. However with Swansea snapping up the renowned ex Chelsea striker Leon Knight for £125,000 from Brighton and with the possibility that Hayter could walk out on Bournemouth for nothing at the end of the season, I tend to think that City's valuation is far more realistic. Possibly the Bournemouth decision makers are delaying the transfer as long as possible, but this might backfire on them- Gary Johnson says he has alternative players in mind and with the end of the transfer window looming it might be time for Plan B.
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