West Brom: Tony Pulis Confirms Man City Will Have To Make ‘A Very, Very Good Offer’ If They Want To Sign Jonny Evans

Chris Wright

18th, August 2017

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Tony Pulis has confirmed that West Brom have knocked back an opening offer from Man City as the latter continue to canvass Jonny Evans.

It’s being reported that City began the bidding at £18million, only to be unceremoniously rebuffed by the Baggies, who have no intention of selling their man.

Speaking during his Friday press conference, Pulis was asked to clarify the Evans situation, to which he replied…

It’s now being mooted that City plan to return to the table with a £22million offer, which the Baggies are also likely to reject.

You may snort with derision when it comes to Evans, but we happen to think he’s quite possibly one of the Top Three best defensive players in the Premier League – and still only 29 to boot.

Still, we never thought we’d live in a world where he’s a £22million-plus player.


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  1. Archer says:

    I agree, Evans is quality.

    I’d take the 3rd tweet down with a pinch of salt though – The Baggies will soon have an unsettled defender on their hands, a la Berahino a couple of years back.

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