'£50m will cover it': Some fans gutted as Wolves reportedly eye their 'exceptional' player
Wolves have reportedly set their sights on Rob Dickie before the transfer window closes.
And fans of the Molineux target’s current club really don’t want to see their big centre-back go.
As well as Wolves, fellow Premier League side Burnley are also in the race for Dickie, according to The Mirror.
The 25-year-old, who is 6ft 4in tall, has begun the 2021-22 campaign in impressive form.
As well as delivering at the back, he has three goals from three games in all competitions this term.
Dickie helped QPR draw with Millwall and beat Hull in the league, as well as overcoming Leyton Orient in the League Cup first round.
No price tag has been mentioned, though Dickie reportedly cost his club around £2.5million from Oxford United in 2020.
Here is some of what’s been said on Twitter about speculation linking Wolves with Dickie:
Big….big ….big mistake , if the Rangers board were even to contemplate letting our best players leave the club at this time…… for a handful of silver !— Big Al (@BigAlSuperhoop) August 17, 2021
Give us this season and see if we can get promoted. If not then Dickie will go but nothing less than 30m plus sell on clause.— Tia & Diego (@JCK_W12) August 17, 2021
Why would he go to clubs that will be close to if not relegation fodder?— Kev (@Superhoopsta) August 17, 2021
50m minimum!!— AD (@AlfieDelaney95) August 17, 2021
Dickie is an exceptional player. If we sign him then Tarkowski would surely be off. No way we will sign him though— Jordan Rushworth (@rushy_sport) August 17, 2021
Leeds and Wolves after dickie, 50mill will cover it x— jord elder (@jordqpr12) August 17, 2021
He’s a quality player. My QPR mate raves about him constantly— J (@J77936388) August 17, 2021
Please no— Cole – I'm Home! (@cole_qpr) August 17, 2021
class player— Finsabu🐺🟠🟡 (@Finsabu) August 17, 2021
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