As speculation continues this week, Barnsley are hoping to fend off interest from several clubs during the January transfer window for key player Jamal Campbell-Ryce.

The Jamaican international signed a new three-year deal to stay with the club until 2011 back in October but he has attracted the attention of some big clubs with his displays this season.

"I hope Jamal will be with us for a long, long time, I don't want to sell him," revealed Davey.

"But football is a business and usually most players have a price, sometimes it's hard to hold on to players. You look at Kaka and maybe there's a price for him to go with Manchester City offering so much, or maybe Ronaldo would leave Manchester United for the right price?

"Who knows whether there's a right price for Jamal to leave Barnsley?

Previous articles on this site have recognised JCR's stock. The Reds have already rejected two bids, which they claim were seven figures.
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