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O'Grady To Decide On His Future

Wednesday June 25 2014

Chris O'Grady Chris O'Grady

DANNY Wilson wants top-scoring striker Chris O'Grady to decide on his future in the next two weeks.

The Reds have received several bids for the 28-year-old, who starred last term with a 15-goal haul.

A fee from Charlton - thought to be £500,000 - was accepted but the deal broke down allegedly due to O'Grady's wage demands.

"There's a cut-off point and it's getting closer every day," said Wilson. "We're not going to wait and lose someone on the last day in August, leaving us with no replacement.

"Chris O'Grady is going to have to decide if he's going to stay or leave."

Sheffield United manager Nigel Clough has admitted an interest in O'Grady, although the Reds' South Yorkshire rivals are unlikely to be able to afford his wages.

Would you like to see the talisman stay? Have your say below.

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Reply Posted by frum tarn on Wednesday June 25 2014 at 10:31
Hope he stays. He will get a bag full in that league

Reply Posted by bfc:) on Wednesday June 25 2014 at 18:03
Y always about wages there's no player pride anymore. That were England team failed still get paid win loose or draw.

Reply Posted by bananas on Wednesday June 25 2014 at 20:33
sign or coff. tha no messi a tha lad.