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Posh won't increase bid
Peterborough director of football Barry Fry has warned Posh will not be increasing their bid for York's highly-rated striker Clayton Donaldson.
Fry confirmed it is now unlikely the Minstermen's top scorer will be moving to London Road in January - because he won't pay a penny more than £100,000 for the Conference's leading striker.
"I put in an offer which was turned down," Fry told the Yorkshire Press. "Obviously York have got a great chance to go up with him and it has got to be a ridiculous offer to prise him out.
"From my point of view, I know he's out of contract at the end of the season. I have offered more than a fair price of £100,000. I won't be increasing it.
"I rate the boy very highly and I think he's got great potential. I am sure he will do it in the League. My offer is still on the table. I want him to join in January but I would doubt it (would happen) unless they have a change of heart.
"I am prepared to talk at the end of the season - that's if my manager still wants him. He might decide to spend his money somewhere else."