Swansea City have hit back on claims from Derby County that Ferrie Bodde was house-hunting in the Derby area.
Director David Morgan has declared the former Hull City chairman’s claims have no foundation and are without any real evidence. He also revelled that Ferrie Bodde’s family have been visiting the players ill aunt in Holland.
Pearsons claims have angered Swans chairman Huw Jenkins who has been forced to reiterated the clubs stance on the Dutchman on more than one occasion and the state of negotiations between the two clubs looks set not to improve.
The Pride Park outfit had tabled a third bid for the former Ado Den Haag player thought to be worth up to £2 million however the deal has been received with a lukewarm reaction from Jenkins who insists the club are in no rush to make a decision.
Morgan Told The Derbyshire Telegraph:
|“I can confirm Ferrie Bodde has not left Holland since the start of the summer.His aunt is ill in hospital and he’s been visiting her on a daily basis. The comment from Adam Pearson that Ferrie is house-hunting in Derby is without any foundation.”|
All at Vital Swansea wish Bodde and his family well and hope the players aunt recovers from illness swiftly.