Attila Told to Sign - or Quit

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Attila Told to Sign - or Quit


St Johnstone manager Paul Sturrock will not ignore the wage structure at McDiarmid Park to keep contract rebel Attila Sekerlioglu.

Midfield ace Sekerlioglu, 32, whose contract is up in November, jetted in to Perth yesterday to join Saints' new season training today.

And Sturrock told him to play for a new deal or play for a move.

He said: "We were in negotiations with Attila at the end of the season but could not reach agreement over his personal terms.

"We have a wage structure and what his agent suggested would have broken it.

"We are not prepared to do that."

Sekerlioglu has been a key player for Saints since he signed up in December 1995

at the same time as

former Coventry winger Leigh Jenkinson.

But unless there is a breakthrough in negotiations, Sekerlioglu will return home

to Austria in November -

a critical spell in the Premier League calendar.

Sekerlioglu has already compared his life in Scotland to the life of a `gypsy' -

continually jetting back and

forth to visit his family who are based in his homeland.

But Sturrock added, " The door is always open for Attila, and I am sure he will conduct himself very

professionally.

"He is a great professional. But he has been told that he can either play so well that we offer a new deal, or

he plays well enough to get a move to a club who will meet his demands. …

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