Writing on Twitter, Slavia Prague chairman Jaroslav Tvrdik has sent a message refuting Claret & Hugh’s report over the asking price for striker Abdallah Sima – going on to claim that their alleged valuation of €40 million (£35 million) simply isn’t true.
Sima has reportedly been on West Ham’s radar since before the January transfer window, with C&H linking the Hammers with a potential move for the Senegalese ace.
After they offered an update on his asking price, which they claimed is around £35m, Slavia chairman Tvrdik poured cold water on the report – simply stating in reply: ‘I’m sorry, but this report is not true‘.
Flocking to the message on social media, plenty of Irons had their say over Tvrdik refuting claims of an eye-watering price demand.
Some West Ham fans professed their love for the Slavia chief whilst others wondered what the real price for Sima could be.
Find all of their verdicts down below.
West Ham fans flock to Slavia message
“He loves West Ham we love him too”
“Be interested to know what the truth is. What the asking price actually is. The floor is all yours Jaroslav – we’re all listening!”
“I love you jaroslav”
“Does that mean we can have him for free?”
“Please take over the whole club”
“Thank you for confirming. We’ll support @slavia_eng for the match against Rangers!”
In other news: West Ham fans wanted this Premier League ace after a contract claim, find out more here.
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