Cardiff City have turned down a £3 million offer from Sheffield Wednesday for centre-back and captain Sean Morrison, according to Sky Sports.
You would imagine, then, that Cardiff fans would be pleased with the stance adopted by their club in the wake of Wednesday's alleged bid.
Cardiff City fans
However, their response to the rumour on Twitter paints quite a different picture...
Take the 3 million and give it all to Manga in a 3 year contract. Bamba and Manga would be a brick wall— Simon Rogers (@si_rog) 8 June 2017
i'd take less than £3m for him— Lewt (@Lewis_Tapper_) 8 June 2017
I hope you go back in, please go back in for him.— Ben Price (@thebenprice) 8 June 2017
I would accept a packet of smarties for him and personally drive him up to South Yorkshire at my own expense— Ross Munro (@Stavross1984) 8 June 2017
£2.5m too much. Crazy if we've turned that down.— Scott Williams (@scottw90) 8 June 2017
I support a football club that moans about FFP & lack of money but turns down £3m for Sean Morrison and releases players like Whitts, joke.— Lewis Norman (@LewisNorman) 9 June 2017
Why Cardiff turned down 3m for Sean Morrison il never know— Scott Walker (@scottwalkerx) 9 June 2017
3M for Morrison, yes please.— Nicholas Griffiths (@NickGriffiths21) 8 June 2017
I would have taken £3m for Sean Morrison. He's great at attacking corners, but I'm not convinced by what he does at the other end.— Jordan Forster (@jordanforster7) 8 June 2017
Wales Online reports that Cardiff are seeking closer to £6 million for Morrison, with manager Neil Warnock suggesting Wednesday's offer 'wouldn't even buy one of the player's legs'.
The Owls do appear to have other irons in the fire, though, with the Sheffield Star reporting on Friday that Carlos Carvalhal's side are considering approaches for Grant Hanley and Daniel Ayala of Newcastle United and Middlesbrough respectively.
Sheffield Wednesday head coach Carlos Carvalhal
Both players are said to have been targets for the Hillsborough outfit during last summer's transfer window.
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