Wolves boss McCarthy not having any of Liverpool’s interest in Doyle

Wolves manager Mick McCarthy has told Liverpool to not bother with a proposed £10million move for Kevin Doyle.

Wolves manager Mick McCarthy has told Liverpool to not bother with a proposed £10million move for Kevin Doyle.

McCarthy is a massive fan of the Republic of Ireland striker and has made it clear that any offers from the Reds will be turned down.

“I would ask a serious question as to that one. Where the hell is he going to play? They have Andy Carroll, Luis Suarez and Dirk Kuyt. That would do me, for starters,” he told Express & Star.

“He’s inked in in my team every week. I’m just not having it. They might like him, of course they do.

“I’m certain a lot of them like him. But I really was sincere in the fact that I would now tell them to get lost.

“Where would we go to replace him? We couldn’t. Imagine if someone took one of my best players, it would rip the heart out of the team.

“Roger Johnson and Jamie O’Hara came here with the belief we were keeping all our best players, so I don’t think that would happen.”

 
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