Driver a hard bargain

By TwoTonTed
Last updated : 15 June 2010
If anybody wants to take Andrew Driver away from Hearts they better have deep pockets. The club have announced that their minimum fee for his services will be £3.5m. The newly eligible for Scotland winger has already attracted buds of £1m from Coventry City in 2009, £1.5 from Burnley last week and Twente chief executive Joop Munsterman told RVT Oost that Hearts had turned down their £3m offer.  for England Under-21 winger Andrew Driver. The club want to make clear that any suitors for Driver will have to find the full amount of cash up front.

The winger is under contract until 2013 after breaking into the first team in 2006. Despite only making 14 appearances last season, Burnley have continued to pursue the midfielder as they look to bolster their squad after being relegated from the Premier League in England.

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