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Lambert: No New Interest, No Movement on Bart and Millwall
Friday, 17th Jan 2020 10:32

Town boss Paul Lambert says there’s been no new interest in any of his players and no further developments regarding on-loan keeper Bartosz Bialkowski’s situation with the Blues and Millwall discussing a permanent switch.

Asked whether there has been any new approaches for any of his players, Lambert said: “No, I think you asked me that the other night. Unless Marcus tells me something different. But at the minute, no.”

On Wednesday Bialkowski said he would be happy to make his move to the Den a permanent one with Lambert having revealed that discussions were ongoing between the clubs last week.

“Again, if Millwall offer the right money, Marcus will say yes or no,” the Blues manager said when asked about the situation.

“That’s the way it goes. If it’s acceptable then Marcus will probably say ‘Yes, on you go and good luck to you’.”

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beornioblue added 10:57 - Jan 17
If Millwall want him and he wants to go then Pay us and move on and pay us properly.

Thanks for the great years Bart you were great.

BlueandTruesince82 added 11:30 - Jan 17
I'd hold Millwall to the 900k. Bart has had a good season and I think other clubs will be in for him in the summer so as long as they are picking up a sizeable chunk of wage I'd tell them its 900k which I think insanely cheap or I'll sell to a rival in the summer

KiwiBlue2 added 23:44 - Jan 17
Given that Milwall have now had the opportunity to have a good look at Bart
I think that we should wait until the end of the season and then see if there is any competition for him. I would place 2m on his head and see what offers there are. If necessary we could come down a bit. If, hopefully, we are back in the Championship next season and we cannot get an acceptable bid then we get him back, particularly given the opportunity he has had to look at who we will be up against then......

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