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Wolves have dismissed as nonsense today’s Daily Rectum “exclusive” by Keech ‘Jangle Jangle’ Jackson regarding Bobo Balde “snubbing” Wolves’ offer of £27,500 per week and ‘outraging’ Celtic.

In today’s bastion of accuracy, honesty, impartiality and truth, the Daily Rectum, Keech ‘Jangle Jangle’ Jackson (who has a litany of previous) scribbled the following, which is now exposed as typical Laptop Loyal mischief-making:

“Exclusive: Celtic fury as Bobo Balde snubs £27.5K per week deal from Wolves

By Keith Jackson

Bobo Balde has outraged his Celtic bosses by snubbing a staggering £27,500-a-week contract at Wolves.

Record Sport understands the Molineux club were willing to burst the bank to land the giant defender.

But manager Mick McCarthy has walked away from the table after Balde turned his megabucks deal down flat.

The decision has infuriated Parkhead boss Gordon Strachan and chief executive Peter Lawwell who are desperate to get Balde off the pay-roll and free up funds for new players.”

Keech ‘Jangle Jangle’ Jackson even claimed a “senior Celtic source” and used these quotes to attempt to add substance to the sensationalism.

However, Wolves chief executive Jez Moxey has dismissed the Daily Rectum tale as a “non-starter”.

Wolves chief executive Jez Moxey said: “It’s a complete non-starter. We have had no contact with Celtic on this issue whatsoever. It’s completely out of our wage structure.”

Jez Moxey added: “What we want to try to communicate is that we just do not do this sort of wage. We don’t pay that sort of money to anyone.”

Celtic central defender Bobo Balde has been told he can leave the Club on a free transfer despite having a year remaining on his contract.

The 32-year old Guinea international has been linked with Wolves, Birmingham City, Sunderland, Ipswich, and according to his adviser Mick Oliver, two French clubs.

However, Birmingham City admitted they had to abandon their plans to sign Bobo Balde because of his wage demands.

At the weekend, Celtic Chief Executive Peter Lawwell said of Bobo Balde (and Thomas Gravesen): “My view is that it’s clear that these guys won’t participate on a regular basis in the first team. I think that’s clear.”

Peter Lawwell continued: “As professional footballers, I think it’s better for us to find a solution with them that allows them to move on and further their careers.”

Peter Lawwell added: “Bobo Balde in particular has given magnificent service to Celtic and it would be really unfortunate if the memory of what he did for us was tarnished by how he leaves the Club.”



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