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Here's your proof, says Sullivan


Filed: Thursday, 7th September 2017
By: Staff Writer


Sky Sports have published copies of emails said to be from David Sullivan confirming that the club DID make an official offer for Sporting midfielder William Carvalho.

The emails, which you may see below, appear to provide evidence of a 25m bid payable in three tranches of 8.3m each over three years.





Sporting President Bruno de Carvalho had earlier challenged Sullivan to provide evidence of his claims, made in a statement issued on the club's website at the weekend.





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