He desperately wanted to leave as from last season. Remember last season cup game, 4 goals no celebrations, when Pulis first took charge.It was there for everyone to see - unhappy player. WBA should have done the right thing and let him go. Flashing cash should not be the answer.Sorry mate I funamentally disagree. Especially with your opinion that they are bang out of line for not selling him to us.
He is their player. He signed a contract end of. If Levy had gone in there with 20m cash I'm sure it would have been a different story. He didn't.
Now they have a player who has clearly 'publicly' showed his hand. Normally all this is done behind closed doors and the player gets his way. WBA made promises that they didn't keep. Pulls, fans and media all believed he was leaving. WBA (peace) pulled the rug?