Birmingham City have made their move and tabled
a £5.5 million bid for Manchester United's Nicky Butt.Blackburn and Everton admitted an interest, but insisted they could not fund a bid.
Newcastle have stated that they will not be making a move and Middlesborough seem to have lost interest as their main priority is to get in a
striker.Butt requested a transfer after not getting enough first team action earlier this month.The big stumbling block could be whether Butt would be
prepared to join a club who, to use Bruce's words, are still not fully established as a Premiership club and his wage demands could also be difficult
Manchester United star Nicky Butt looks set to remain at Old Trafford until the summer at least, after shunning a switch to Birmingham City. The
England star has held talks with Blues after they lodged a £5.5 million offer for him. However, after meeting with Steve Bruce,Butt has told him that
he is not ready to move, despite asking for a transfer earlier this month.
Birmingham manager Steve Bruce has admitted he is set to make a new bid in the summer to sign Manchester United midfielder Nicky Butt. The Blues
agreed a fee of Â£5.5million for Butt before the transfer window closed last week only for the England international to delay a decision on his future
until the end of the season.
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