Rovers slap £1 million tag on Green
By Graeme Bailey
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Doncaster have insisted that they would want £1 million before selling Paul Green.Doncaster Rovers have insisted that they would be looking for £1 million before selling midfield star Paul Green.
Graeme Souness was in the crowd for Doncaster's win over Walsall and although is not known for definite who the new Newcastle boss was watching - he left soon after Green was taken off.
Rovers have now moved to quell speculation regarding their midfielder's future.
"At the end of the day it would be down to the chairman," said manager Dave Penney.
"But I think I'm safe in saying he wouldn't listen to anything less than that - and that would only be the starting price.
"Neither of us would want him to go but we couldn't stand in his way if the club was right for him and the fee was right for Doncaster Rovers.
"But this is all completely hypothetical because there have been no inquiries about him and we don't even know who Graeme Souness was looking at - it might have been a Walsall player."
Meanwhile, Doncaster have decided not to follow up their interest in triallists Clyde Wijnhard and David Camara.