Date: 18th June 2011 at 6:55pm
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Sky Sports News has reported that Reading have turned down a bid from Wolves for club captain Matt Mills.

It has been a developing story over the past few days with interest in the towering centre back from a number of Premier League teams with Wolves winning the chase, then to some reports claiming he was set to agree a new contract at the Madejski Stadium.

This new contract Mills, 24, has been reportedly offered by the Reading board is worth a huge £30,000 a week, accoring to the Express and Star.

The bid for the former Manchester City man is believed to be in the region of £3m but the Reading board seem reluctant to sell their captain, believed to be wanting around the £4m mark.

Wolves are also after Birmingham’s Roger Johnson as a possible defensive partner for Mills, with Wolves also being prepared to offer former Royals target Michael Kightly, Andy Keogh or Richard Stearman to the Berkshire club as a part of the deal.

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3 Replies to “Reading reject Wolves offer for Mills”

  • Yeah, I agree. Kightly was and I’m sure still is a fantastic player. The 08/09 when you guys went up he was near on unplayable. I just hope for his sake that his injury problems hasn’t faulted his career.

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