Saints boss to hold talks on duo
The Matt Le Tissier-backed group have been granted a period of exclusivity as they bid to help save the cash-strapped club, but Wotte still accepts his side may have to off-load players as they prepare for life in League One. Polish strikers Grzegorz Rasiak and Marek Saganowski are likely to follow the already-departed Nathan Dyer out of the door at St Mary's. "Nottingham Forest have been offering money for David McGoldrick," Wotte told the Daily Echo. "For Andrew Surman there were some enquiries, but only one official bid. "We are going to talk about it [on Wednesday] with the Pinnacle group. We have put everything on hold until then and we will see where we are as a club and how strong we are to keep hold of our players. "Starting players in the team have to go for the right amount of money if we allow them to go except for Rasiak and Saganowski. They are looking for another club because they don't want to play League One football so we will consider any offers for them."
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