Peterborough United have yet to receive any offers for forward Jonson Clarke-Harris this summer despite speculation mounting over his future, according to Peterborough Today.
Clarke-Harris is a player that has been attracting plenty of speculation surrounding his future heading into the summer. It has previously been reported that Rangers are interested in making a move for him, while Football League World revealed Cardiff City are also in the mix.
Other reports have suggested that both West Brom and Sheffield United are potentially interested in making a move for the forward after he fired in 31 goals in 45 league games to fire Peterborough to promotion.
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While the latest report from Bristol Live outlined that West Brom were now the team leading the race for Clarke-Harris’ signature. It also outlined that Peterborough would be set to demand a fee of between £5 million and £8 million for the 26-year-old.
The latest report from Peterborough Today reveals that at this stage the newly-promoted side are yet to receive any offers for the forward. Although he is believed to still be attracting a lot of attention.
It is early days yet in the summer transfer window and you would imagine that it is only a matter of time before one of the teams interested makes a move for Clarke-Harris. The forward’s form this season has been so prolific that he was always going to be on the radar of other clubs and Peterborough were likely to face a battle to keep hold of him.
Peterborough’s model means that they do cash in on players when their valuations are met, you would expect the likes of West Brom and Sheffield United to be able to afford the fee it might take to bring him in and therefore it might be worth them making a move.
Given there have yet to be any offers made, it could be that whoever makes the first move for him has a real chance of making the deal happen. Surely that should force one of the teams to consider lodging an opening offer and testing Peterborough’s resolve.