Updated Wednesday, 19th August 2009
Everybody has their price but Falkirk are holding out for the right offer to come along before anybody leaves the club.
There is some genuine interest in Falkirk's Scott Arfield's services. With manager Eddie May resigned to losing him someday, clubs will have to come up with a value higher that the one just rejected. May confirmed the club have turned down a bid of £300,000 from an unnamed Championship side for the Scotland Under-21 international as the valuation falls well short of the Bairns' expectations.
May admits Arfield has a price, but insists that he will not be leaving the SPL side unless someone pays "good money". He said: "It was nowhere near our valuation. If a club want him they have to pay good money. If someone makes an offer we can't refuse we couldn't stand in Scott's way. I hope that day is not ahead in the coming weeks, but if it is we'll assess it."
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