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Jarvis on Royals radar

Wolves winger Matt Jarvis is attracting interest from many Premier League clubs, including Reading.

The Express and Star has reported that Newcastle, Sunderland, Fulham, Tottenhan, Stoke, Southampton and West Ham are all interested in the England international. The newspaper have said that Wolves have valued Jarvis at around 8 million to 10 million, but anything around the 4 million mark should be able to take him away from Molinuex.

The former Gillingham winger joined Wolves in the summer of 2007 and has shown what a superb asset he is. Jarvis possesses immense pace and is able to use both feet very well. After some fine performances under Mick McCarthy in the 2010/11 campaign, the 26-year old earned a call up to the England squad and made his first appearance in March 2011 against Ghana.




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The Journalist

Writer: Josh  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday May 23 2012

Time: 1:00PM

Your Comments

What planet are you on! 4million lol,lol,lol, why go to a small club who will be fighting relegation when he has some top teams after him, he is already at a massive club so to turn to reading would be like signing for walsall, if you want him be prepared to start the bidding at 10million, you really are taking the P***, Moron!
johnwolf
I think you have just made yourself look like a complete moron by posting that response. A small club? Please stop referring to history as your argument like other poor fans, as it really doesn't work. We're in the best league in world, your not. I am not saying he is signing for us, it is mere speculation. It's good that most Wolves fans aren't like you, best of luck to Wolves fans on your promotion bid next season.
Y19-Royal
 

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