Swans: Trundle not for sale
By Patrick Goss. Last Updated: January 1, 1970 1:00am
Swansea City have slammed suggestions that they will cash in on star man Lee Trundle.
Swans chairman Huw Jenkins insisted that Trundle - who has scored 13 goals this season - will not be sold, and that the club are looking to build.
Portsmouth's Harry Redknapp has already watched the player at first hand, and West Ham and Coventry have also been credited with an interest in the 27-year-old.
"Selling Lee is not something that we would consider doing," said Jenkins.
"We would turn down any offers that came in for him.
"Tempting though a big offer might be and as much as we would take a look at it, we're not in the business of selling off one of our prize assets.
"It would be counter-productive to do that. We're building for the future and Lee's an important part of that.
"Having extended Lee's contract last month, why would we consider offloading him?"