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PDC: Ritchie Can Leave Swindon, For £15m

PDC: Ritchie Can Leave Swindon, For £15m

Swindon Town manager Paolo Di Canio has reiterated his desire to keep Matt Ritchie at the County Ground.

Last season the club received an offder of close to £1M from Bournemouth which Di Canio rejected.

Rumours had been circulating that Crystal Palace had been preparing a bid for the winger after Wilfried Zaha completes his move to Manchester United.

When asked what it would take to lure Ritchie away from the County Ground, Di Canio said 'I don't know, give me £20Million, IS it crazy money?, I'm joking obviously, £15million is OK. It would take a crazy offer to take him away from this football club. He is not for sale."

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Writer:Shaun Calderwood
Date:Thursday January 24 2013
Time: 4:38PM

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This is exactly how football managers should speak re transfers - but in this case Swindon need the "CASH DOWN" which is almost impossible in the current climate! Sorry DC - This one wont be down to you!
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26/01/2013 00:05:00
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