Blackwell: Healy not for sale
By Alex Dunn
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Kevin Blackwell has warned clubs circling David Healy that the striker is not for sale.Leeds boss Kevin Blackwell has warned clubs circling David Healy that the striker is not for sale.
The Northern Ireland international has enjoyed a fruitful start to the new campaign and has established himself as a favourite at Elland Road since joining the Yorkshire outfit last season from Preston.
Leeds paid £600,000 for the former Manchester United starlet and it would appear Blackwell would be loath to lose a player he believes can fire the club back to The Premiership.
It has been reported that a £2 million price tag has been put on Healy, with Premiership strugglers Portsmouth reportedly keen to take the player as they bid to stave off the threat of relegation.
However, Blackwell insists Healy is going nowhere, reiterating that the club are not considering accepting any bid.
"David is a massive part of the future of this club and he is not for sale," Blackwell told the Star on Sunday.