Date: 19th July 2018 at 6:00pm
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Stoke City are seeking a compromise in their offer to sign James Chester, according to the Daily Mail.

We are still said to be holding out for £10m for the Welshman, but the Potters want a deal done for £8m after having their first bid of £5m rejected.

Some fans on Twitter don’t think we should sell for such a low amount while others believe we have little choice:

Verdict:

The extent of the cash flow crisis means we need to cover forthcoming bills, with money needed to be raised by Friday to pay the tax bill for this month.

It is believed that investment from the Middle East could be in the works, but the question will be: will it be enough to prevent the likes of Chester from having to be sold?

We reportedly still owe West Brom some money from signing the Wales international two years ago, and that will likely make us less inclined to compromise on our asking price. What do you think? Let me know in the poll:

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