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The Football League are already keeping a close eye on the financial ins and outs at the Macron and are yet to relinquish the transfer embargo imposed last year.Wanderers’ business in the transfer market during the latter years of their Premier League stay hardly bears examination but when it emerged that a portion of the £2million profit they got on Cahill’s move was then paid out to his former club Aston Villa, even more salt was rubbed into the wound.For some reason they had failed to do business when Arsene Wenger, Harry Redknapp and Roberto Mancini were forming an orderly queue, leaving Chelsea to make a timely swoop in the winter window.
He has just 30 senior appearances under his belt but managed to attract the admiring glances of Arsenal, Celtic, Everton, Bournemouth and many others in an outstanding breakthrough season, plus force his way into Gareth Southgate’s thinking for this summer’s Toulon Under-21 tournament. And thanks to some canny thinking on the club’s behalf a 12-month option was taken up on his contract just in time to give them some security, if not as much as supporters would like.Cahill was going out of contract back in January 2012 and so frustratingly it became a case of ‘get what you can’ but just six months earlier the likes of Tottenham and Manchester City were throwing around figures between £12-17m, with the additional lure of players on loan.A clause was inserted into the Yorkshireman’s contract in the event of him winning the Champions League, which occurred later that same season, but the money was swallowed up amidst the £50.7m losses in the financial accounts posted on New Year’s Eve, 2013.Now Wanderers have a wanted man in Holding and a queue of clubs boosted by even higher Premier League TV money, the importance of getting the right deal at this juncture in the club’s history cannot be underestimated.
WITH memories of Gary Cahill’s cut-price move to Chelsea still burned into their memory banks, Wanderers fans are desperate for their club to show some better business sense as they deal with Rob Holding’s potential exit this summer.
Four-and-a-half years on, the £7million transfer which took future England captain Cahill to Stamford Bridge still looks the bargain of the century.