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Wolves make Derby striker Chris Martin their top summer transfer target

Martin is top of manager Paul Lambert’s transfer wish list, according to The People.

Wolves would have to fork out a fee worth more than £7m for Martin, who is currently on loan at Fulham.

Scotland international Martin is under contract at the iPro Stadium until 2020 after putting pen-to-paper on a new deal in January.

Fulham an option to sign the 28-year-old on a permanent deal - understood to be around £6m - but he refused to play in two games earlier in the campaign.

Martin, who has scored 11 goals this season, was sent off in Good Friday’s win at Norwich.

Fulham boss Slavisa Jokanovic has confirmed the club are appealing the red card.

http://www.dailystar.co.uk/sport/football/606066/Wolves-Derby-Chris-Martin-Transfer-News-Fulham-Gossip

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I reckon  £7m is a starting point but I'd be dissappointed if we got less than £15m for him after our new contract deal. That's what I reckon it would take for us to sell.

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Under McClaren I wouldn't have minded him back but I'll back Rowett if he doesn't want him. Lambert worked with Martin at Norwich iirc so this link doesn't surprise me

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According to someone on the Wolves forum they're offering 12 million and 50k a week. I can see us accepting that. 50k a week for Martin is mental if true when someone like Dybala earns the same amount for Juventus a week.

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10 minutes ago, B4ev6is said:

I take around 15m for pair of them

Pair of them? Think its only martin involved in the transfer mate.

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