An emphatic NO! 

That's what English Premier League club, West Brom said while rejecting an offer from Manchester City for central defender, Jonny Evans.

The Etihad club tabled an offer believed to be around 18 million ($23.2 million, 19.8 million euros), according to reports in Britain.

But manager Tony Pulis confirmed on Friday that the offer was rejected because the figure was not right.

"They made an offer and we've turned it down.

"We don't want to sell Jonny and we don't need to sell him. It would have to be a very, very good offer.

"I think every player is for sale at the right price. It would be crazy to say a team like West Brom won't sell if a team are going to put a huge amount of money in front of you."

West Brom travel to Burnley for their second EPL game of the season on Saturday.

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