West Brom chief insists that newly-promoted Baggies won't sell star man Graham Dorrans

21 April 2010 01:11
Graham Dorrans has been told by West Bromwich Albion chairman Jeremy Peace that any offers for his services this summer will be resisted.

Playmaker Dorrans (right) has been watched by several Barclays Premier League clubs, particularly Arsenal.

Arsene Wenger's spies have scouted the midfielder more than 10 times but the Scotland international is central to coach Roberto di Matteo's plans.

West Bromwich are among several clubs interested in Sheffield Wednesday goalkeeper Lee Grant. They want competition for Scott Carson and former England Under 21 player Grant is likely to be sold if Wednesday drop into League One.

Grant's former boss, Burnley manager Brian Laws, is keen, while Birmingham City and Aston Villa are also interested.

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Source: Daily_Mail