Date: 24th June 2019 at 6:00am
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With the summer transfer window opening a few weeks back, Queens Park Rangers fans probably knew that at some point the speculation about the future of midfielder Luke Freeman would again begin, and reports over the weekend kickstarted that process by linking him with a move to newly promoted Premier League side Sheffield United.

The Sun have apparently claimed that manager Chris Wilder has made our 27-year-old one of his top targets this summer but their pathetic valuation of him is only a paltry £4million.

With Freeman signing up until 2021 last November from memory as he penned a contract extension, I know transfer dealings are supposed to be a negotiation and most sides will always go in with a lower valuation than they are prepared to play, but I’m not sure you are meant to go in with a deal that would leave a players employers giggling hysterically at your opening suggestion.

I can only assume in true Sun fashion this is a completely invented claim that bears no resemblance to any possible truth.

I’m not the only one that feels that way.

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4 Replies to “Wilder’s Still Celebrating Promotion With Claimed Derisory Bid For QPR Star”

  • Freeman is a great player don’t get me wrong but I’m sorry to say QPR fan’s but i don’t think he was the best player in the championship last season, the 2 or 3 player’s in midfield went upto the PL and that’s McGinn Ollie Norwood and John Fleck. Now adding Freeman to the mix here at Bramall Lane would be a great move for us and i understand the opening bid of £4,000,000 I admit is low but i wouldn’t go higher than £5,000,000 and if he does end up here i think that would be the figure us Blades would sign him for..anything more is a risk..Sorry QPR fan’s.

    • Would think in current market, even if he signed his new deal with a promise this summer, we’d still be holding out for at least £6m as a minimum and even then in many ways we’d still be being robbed given his talent.

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