Date: 22nd June 2007 at 4:09pm
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With Mido being heavily tipped to become the first signing of the close season, Fulham appear to have missed out on the signing of a promising player.

Lee Cook, the exciting winger playing for our West London rivals, Queens Park Rangers, is thought to have been the subject of a bid from Fulham.

However, gauging by the feedback received from Queens Park Rangers, it would appear that the fee offered wasn`t enough to entice the Championship side into a deal with their chairman, Gianni Paladini remarking,

“Lee is one of our prized assets and we won`t be letting him go unless the price is right.”

It`d be interesting to find out exactly how much we offered in order to gauge how much the Loftus Road outfit might consider to be a respectable offer.

Anyone got any clues?

 

4 Replies to “QPR turn down Fulham Cook bid!”

  • £3m is rumoured to be the ‘respectable offer’, seems a lot to me for a Championship winger for a club that hardly set the league on fire last season!

  • £3m? For someone who hasn’t proved himself in top flight football – one hell of a risk but there again prices are ridiculous when it comes to buying English!

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