Steve says deal for Wycombe defender would have be right for all parties
Crewe Alexandra boss Steve Davis says that the club will only pursue the possible signing of Anthony Stewart if it suits all parties. The 22-year-old defender has been training with Crewe over the last couple of weeks, to allow us to have a proper look at his potential.
The former Wycombe Wanderers centre-half is currently a free agent after rejecting an offer of a new contract, but the League Two side are still entitled to training compensation due to his age.
Steve Davis has gone on record this week to suggest that the promising defender could be one for the future.
The Crewe manager will hold talks with chairman John Bowler in London and the possibility of signing Stewart will be on the agenda.
Steve told crewealex.net: “Talks are still on going with Anthony and his agent. I’ve had some dialogue with them this week and I will talk with John (Bowler) when we are down in London.
“We will see where we go with it over the next few days. It will have to be right for everyone and I include his former club Wycombe in that as well. We have to respect the club he has been at and we will.
He added: “It would have to be right for Crewe Alexandra and for Anthony, who just wants to get back to playing football.”