Swansea have confirmed they have turned down a bid from Bolton for Ferrie Bodde.
Dutch midfielder the subject of offer in the region of £2.5million
Swansea chairman Huw Jenkins has confirmed that the club have turned down a bid in the region of £2.5million from Bolton for Ferrie Bodde.
The Dutch midfielder, who signed a new contract last summer and is currently recovering from a knee injury, has been linked with a number of clubs.
But Jenkins is not prepared to sell and insists Bolton did not come close to meeting Bodde's valuation.
He told Swansea's official website: "We received a written offer from Bolton. The offer was worth around £2.5m.
"We believe Ferrie is worth a lot more than that and as a result we officially turned the offer down. In fact, we do not want to sell any of our players."