Date: 15th July 2006 at 7:50pm
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Andy Robinson’s future at Swansea is in doubt because chairman Huw Jenkins and the player’s agent can’t come to an agreement over a new contract.

The midfielder has recently asked the club to ‘pay me what I’m worth’ and as a result Jenkins and Andy’s are in disagreement on what the ”level of his contract should be.”

However, unless the Swans agree a fee for the 26 year-old, Robinson will be staying at the Liberty Stadium for at least another year as his current contract doesn’t expire until 2007.

Huw Jenkins said: ‘Andy’s agent and I are quite a way apart in what we think the level of his contract should be,’

‘It’s in the balance, but Andy can’t go anywhere. He’s under contract and doesn’t have a get-out clause like Sam Ricketts if a certain bid is made.’


Andy Robinson recently said: ‘My agent knows the value of players at this club, players in League One and players in the Championship, which is a level I believe I can play at.

‘I’ve got to go on his word and his judgement as to what I should be earning.’

‘If another club offered me more money than Swansea, would I go? That’s the million dollar question.

‘But, in an ideal world, Swansea is where I want to be. I’ve told the gaffer and the chairman that this is my club. I love the club and the fans.’


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