Blackpool manager Ian Holloway has claimed he won’t stand in Tom Ince’s way if a move away from Bloomfield Road materialises, but insists whoever signs him will have to pay top dollar.
Having shone for Blackpool this season, Ince has been strongly linked with a move to Manchester United, and would follow in the footsteps of his father Paul if the move come to fruition.
His contract comes to an end in June, meaning Blackpool could be tempted to cash in on the England u21 in January, and many sources claim United lead the chase for the 20 year old.
Despite the chance Ince could leave for free in the summer Blackpool manager Holloway refuses to be bullied, and expects a reasonable fee for the attacker if he does in fact move on:
“That’s what I want to do for these boys. I have got to keep turning them out and that’s how it is.
“If we are not successful this year, do I want to stand in his way? Probably not. But we deserve a fair amount of money for him.”