Aberdeen FC have confirmed that they have rejected a written transfer request from Lewis Ferguson today.
The club said on their website: “This request, made after the Club dismissed what can only be described as an insulting offer from an English Premier League club for one of Scotland’s most talented young midfield players, was rejected immediately.
The Club holds Lewis in the highest regard. Having made a significant investment to both acquire and develop Lewis, he has a bright future ahead of him as an integral part of Stephen Glass’s squad.”
With interest from Watford, clearly his agent is trying to broker a deal for his client, so if Lewis is to move on it needs to be for the right price.
The club rejected an offer of £2m from Watford at the start of the week and at that time it was expected Watford would come back with an improved offer for the midfielder.
Lewis still has three years left on his deal with Aberdeen.