Filed: Monday, 10th January 2005
By: Matthew O'Greel
West Ham have rejected an offer of £3m from an unnamed Premiership club, according to manager Alan Pardew.
Pardew confirmed today that the club had rejected the bid - speculated to be from West Ham's FA Cup victims Norwich City - for the club's leading goalscorer.
Speaking earlier today, he said:
"Since the window opened we have refused a bid of around £3 million. And we will turn away all offers unless they are ridiculous.
"We are desperate to hold on to Marlon and he will not be leaving this season."
Harewood - whose popularity at Upton Park is very much on the increase despite initial problems with sections of the home crowd - responded to the news by saying:
"I don't want to leave West Ham so I don't worry about speculation.
"Of course I want to play at the highest level, but I believe I can get into The Premiership with West Ham."
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