West Brom reject Man Utd bid for Kuszczak

July 18, 2006

West Brom manager Bryan Robson has revealed the club have turned down a second bid from Manchester United for Poland goalkeeper Tomasz Kuszczak.

Robson has disclosed that Albion want cash plus two un-named United players - one on loan and one on a permanent basis - before they will sell agree to sell Kuszczak.

United have so far only offered cash for Kuszczak and former Old Trafford skipper Robson said: 'We have knocked back the second bid they have made.

'United know the position. They have made us an offer but it is not what we want.

'So that is still not a deal at this moment in time. It all depends on United now.

'What we are after is the cash, which United have offered us, and two players to come this way as well. One would be permanent and one would be on loan but I won't say who they are.'

Robson was also unwilling to reveal how much money United have offered.