Hartlepool United’s summer budget is set to be boosted by Shrewsbury Town’s sale of Toto Nsiala, report The Hartlepool Mail.
The Mail has learned that Pools managed to negotiate a 10% sell-on fee in the transfer which saw the DR Congo international depart in January 2017. And with the player widely expected to leave before Thursday’s transfer deadline, Matthew Bates’ budget looks set for a welcome boost.
Along with teammate Joe Nolan, Nsiala has handed in a transfer request in a bid to force a move away from the League One outfit, after an impressive campaign.
Championship side Ipswich Town have had a bid in the region of £650,000 rejected for the central defender in recent days and are expected to up their offer as the window close creeps nearer. Shrewsbury are understood to value the player, also linked with Sunderland this summer, at £1million.
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