Swindon Bid For Easter
News has emerged today that Swindon Town have been the first team to officially follow up their enquiry and bid for Jermaine Easter.
The fee was rumoured to be £125k, a figure well short of Wycombe's valuation which is supposed to be close to the £675k that Nathan Tyson was sold for in January 2006.
Further news has emerged that a move to Plymouth Argyle is of interest to Jemma. They are pursuing the Welsh international as it seems that their current leading forward Sylvain Ebanks Blake is set to move to Derby in the coming weeks. Easter has stated that he thinks he is 'easily capable at Championship level' and after being visibly angered by the fans negativity towards the side at Dagenham and Redbridge, it seems that our vital frontman could well be on his way out of Adams Park.
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