Skip to main contentAccess keys helpA-Z index

[an error occurred while processing this directive]
watch listen BBC Sport BBC Sport
Low graphics|Help
---------------
---------------
CHOOSE A SPORT
 
RELATED BBC SITES
Last Updated: Thursday, 21 June 2007, 14:46 GMT 15:46 UK
West Brom reject Davies request
Curtis Davies
Davies moved to West Brom from Luton Town for 3m in August 2005
West Brom have rejected a transfer request from Curtis Davies but have suggested they are open to offers for the England Under-21 defender.

The Baggies skipper, 22, is keen to play in the Premier League.

West Brom boss Tony Mowbray said: "I admire Curtis as a player and a person and would very much like him to stay and lead the team next season.

"He is sensible enough to realise the price has to be right for us to even consider letting him go."

The Baggies have indicated they are keen to keep their star players following their defeat in last season's Championship play-off final.

And Mowbray is adamant that if Davies does leave the club, it will not be on the cheap.

"I've always said I only want players here who want to play for the club but that doesn't mean to say we're going to let players walk away," he added.

"In the past 12 months precedents have been set whereby defenders have moved for big fees and we rate Curtis very highly."

Davies moved to West Brom from Luton Town for 3m in August 2005.

SEE ALSO
Gera unsure over Baggies future
14 Jun 07 |  West Bromwich Albion
WBA dismiss Wigan bid for Koumas
13 Jun 07 |  West Bromwich Albion


RELATED BBC LINKS:

RELATED INTERNET LINKS:
The BBC is not responsible for the content of external internet sites

BBC PRODUCTS AND SERVICES
Daily and weekly e-mails | Mobiles | Desktop Tools | News Feeds | Interactive Television | Downloads
Sport Homepage | Football | Cricket | Rugby Union | Rugby League | Tennis | Golf | Motorsport | Boxing | Athletics | Snooker | Horse Racing | Cycling | Disability sport | Olympics 2012 | Sport Relief | Other sport...

Help | Privacy & Cookies Policy | News sources | About the BBC | Contact us