Rangers have been heavily linked with a move to bring Jonson Clarke-Harris to Ibrox to link up with Steven Gerrard in recent weeks, but Barry Fry insists that Peterborough United have yet to receive a single bid for him, although there have been a number of enquiries.
The striker enjoyed a fantastic season as Peterborough won promotion back to the Championship.
In total, the 26-year-old scored 33 goals in 48 games in all competitions and has subsequently been linked with a potential move to the Scottish champions this summer.
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However, it seems as though there are seven other clubs who are interested in a deal to snaffle the ex-Rotherham United striker away from London Road.
Posh’s Director of Football Fry is insistent that he is not receptive to low-ball offers, but he is open to kick-starting a negotiation in order to ensure that Peterborough receive the highest fee possible.
Clarke-Harris has been linked with Rangers, with Steven Gerrard clearly keen to take him north of the border.
Speaking exclusively to The Transfer Tavern, Fry said: “We’ve had no offers, we’ve had eight enquiries from eight different clubs, saying ‘what would it take’, and I just said ‘make us an offer and I’ll reject it.’
“But that will start the ball rolling. And then we’ll have to sit down. It’s taken us eight years to get back into the Championship, we’re not going to let anybody go cheap.”
Clarke-Harris has endured something of a nomadic career before moving to Posh, playing for playing for six clubs on a permanent basis, including a brief spell with his current club back in 2012/13.
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