Date: 5th July 2010 at 1:33pm
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Huddersfield Town Manager Lee Clark has quashed reports about QPR`s supposed attempt to sign promising right-back Lee Peltier. Speaking to the Huddersfield Examiner Clark denied any approach from the R`s: “It`s absolute nonsense. Nobody at this club has had any contact with anyone from QPR and Lee Peltier`s agent has told me he knows nothing about the matter.”

Peltier a former Liverpool trainee signed for Yeovil in 2007 where he made 75 appearances in all competitions before moving to the Terriers last season. Played largely as a right-back he can also play all across the back four and in midfield.

The right-back position at QPR is one that needs addressing. Last season Mikele Leigertwood, Peter Ramage and Matthew Connolly who are all considered not to be natural full backs had to fill in there.

But whether or not Lee Clark would sell Peltier remains to be seen. Clark values Peltier highly and goes onto say: “If anyone wants to ask about Lee, we`d start talking at £3m plus add-ons, but even then, we`re not interested in selling.”

If Clark remains adamant on his valuation for Peltier then QPR may have to look elsewhere.

Jack Supple

 

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