Souness confirms bid of £20m for Wolves


9th, January 2007


When I heard that Graham Souness was to take control of Wolves, I naturally thought it would be something like a fight to the death with an entire pack. Well, it isn’t. Old pig heart, Graeme Souness, has claimed that he’s made a £20m bid to take control of Wolves, despite the club denying the story.
Wolves’ chief executive Jez Moxey had earlier dismissed reports that the former Liverpool boss had shown an interest in buying Wolves from Sir Jack Hayward.

Souness told the Express & Star newspaper: "I don’t know why Jez
Moxey is saying these things. Last week I made an offer, subject to an
examination of the club’s books and accounts, of £20m."
Souness has been out of work in football since being booted out of St James’ Park by Newcastle
in February 2006. He’s been linked with the job at Crystal Palace but
he has instead turned his attentions

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