No agreement between Daggers and Peterborough over Gayle insists boss Still

Dagenham & Redbridge manager John Still insists Peterborough have not talked to club over a possible move for Dwight Gayle.

Dagenham & Redbridge boss John Still insists no agreement has been made between Peterborough United and the club over the possible sale of striker Dwight Gayle.

Late last week speculation began as to an apparent deal between the Daggers and the Posh as regards to the 23-year-old’s future.

A �350,000 figure had been reported for a January move, though the former Stansted striker was set to stay at Dagenham for the remainder of the season.

But despite a game being played between the two teams last Wednesday and Peterborough chairman Darragh McAnthony tweeting a deal had been agreed for a striker in the mould of former Daggers striker Craig Mackail-Smith, Still denied that anything had been agreed between the two teams.


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“There is no agreement in place,” said Still.

“There is nothing to confirm or deny as far as we are concerned. Whether Peterborough talk to us when the window opens again in January, I don’t know.

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“We have a young side and have had interest for some of our other players, not just Dwight Gayle.”

Read more of John Still’s thoughts on the matter in tomorrow’s Barking & Dagenham Post.

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