Date: 22nd June 2018 at 2:44pm
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Vydra scoring one of his goals that could earn him the Championship golden boot this season

The price for Derby County’s top striker Matej Vydra has been named, or so says the Bristol Post .

A fee of £11m is how much interested parties have supposedly be quoted by Derby County, this is just £3m more than the Rams paid for Vydra from Watford two years ago and is possibly a bargain price for a 22 goal Championship golden boot winner of last season.

Bristol City, Leeds United and West Bromwich Albion have already expressed an interest in the Czech Republic International.

Vydra still has two years left on his contract with Derby County but it is widely reported that Rams Chairman and owner Mel Morris is trying to reduce the wage bill and Vydra is one of the top wage earners at the club and any bid at the £11m or above would be agreeable to the Rams and may enable new manager Frank Lampard to move in the transfer market before the players return for pre-season training next week.

 

7 Replies to “Rams name the price for the signiture of Golden Boot winner”

    • Yes its a bargain for a goalscorer of Vydra’s ability, mind you having watched him most of the saeson I wouldn’t say he was a team player so when your backs are against the wall he will go missing!

    • If Chris Woods went for £15m hes worth at least that in todays market……..£11m is way too low……..Derby always pay over the odds so let somebody else dig deep

  • 11 Million is a bargain , but 3 million profit and 30k less wages could help us get a couple of younger loans/eager promising talent to push on in the rebuild

  • 11 million is pretty cheap for a guy who netted 22 goals in a team were he was starved of quality service.
    I would have been interested to see how he progressed under Lampard as I believe a better quality of midfield may grow at Derby therefore give a quality striker like vidra more opportunities. If we sell him to a championship club he will surely come back to haunt us but 15 million might make that more tolerable.

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