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Ellington won´t go cheap - Mowbray

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West Brom manager Tony Mowbray has warned accepting Nathan Ellington´s transfer request "doesn´t change anything" unless Wigan or any interested club meet his valuation of the striker.

Albion reluctantly agreed to put Ellington on the transfer list and he is keen to return to Wigan after 18 months at The Hawthorns. But Mowbray has already rejected a £3million offer from the Latics and insisted the player will not be going anywhere until the price is right from the Baggies´ point of view.

Mowbray told PA Sport: "Nathan is well within his rights to put in a transfer request. I´ve been aware for some time of his circumstances. He has gone down that route - but it doesn´t change anything. Nathan is well aware of our situation and thoughts on the matter."

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