CHESTER CITY chairman Stephen Vaughan will discuss the offer made by Nationwide Conference outfit Carlisle United for striker Daryl Clare, with manager Ian Rush and the player tomorrow.
Clare, who is out of contract at the end of the season, is also a target for Boston United.
"I will talk to Ian and Daryl on Wednesday, we will then give a response to Carlisle. The decision must be the best one for the club," said Vaughan.
In another development, Vaughan revealed that Chester had been trying to get a response from Wrexham regarding their interest in their Trinidad duo of Denis Lawrence and Hector Sam.
"It has been difficult getting an answer from Wrexham regarding our interest, but we shall keep trying," said Vaughan..
Chester travel to Moss Lane tonight to face Altrincham in the second round of the Cheshire Senior Cup. Goalkeeper Wayne Brown will return from a calf injury.
Meanwhile, manager Ian Rush has blasted the Coca-Cola League Two managers who are criticising his side's style of play.
Leyton Orient boss Martin Ling accused City of being a 'long ball team' following Saturday's 1-1 draw.
"I am getting fed up with some managers who just carp about our style of play," fumed Rush.