Sunday, 30 December 2007

Posh boss: we won't sell to Addicks

Peterborough are expecting bids from Charlton and Wigan for top scorer and former Grays striker Aaron McLean. However, director of football Barry Fry commented, 'We know there's big interest in Aaron but he will be going nowhere. We aren't hard up and have no need to sell.'

Peterborough have put in an improved £150,000 bid for Rushden and Diamonds 16 goal striker Simon Jackson whom Fry believes can be as big a league player as McLean. But Fry insists that he would be an addition not a replacement.

Based on the McLeod example, I am sceptical of the ability of players to rapidly bridge the gap between League 2 and the Premiership.

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