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Swindon reluctant to sell right back

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Swindon Town boss Mark Cooper has said that it would take a large fee for prized player Nathan Thompson to leave the County Ground, reports BBC Sport.

Thompson who signed a two-year contract last summer is in high demand with both Leeds and League One rivals Peterborough thought to be interested in the 23-year-old.

Nathan Thompson is wanted by Leeds United and Peterborough United

Nathan Thompson is wanted by Leeds United and Peterborough United

Cooper told BBC Wiltshire that “it would take an awful lot of money” Cooper then went onto rule out any possibility of him leaving for a League One team, but left the door slightly open for a Championship team to come in for him, but they’d have to cough up a relatively large sum for his services. “I wouldn’t see the benefit of selling him to a team in our league, or a rival, for a couple hundred grand”

Nathan Thompson came through the Swindon academy system and become a professional in April 2009. He made his debut    in October 2010 and his league debut in November 2010. He was voted ‘Swindon Player of the Year’ for the 2012-2013 season, winning 60% of the fans vote.


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