Jaaskelainen has one year left on his current contract and last week rejected a new deal at the Reebok Stadium, sparking interest from Sunderland, Manchester United and Aston Villa. It was later reported the Finnish stopper had demanded to become Bolton's second-highest paid player behind Nicolas Anelka, but agent Peter Harrison denied the claims. "He has not asked for that," Harrison told the Manchester Evening News. "And I have not asked anything like £60,000-a-week for him. Even if he signed the new deal Bolton have offered, it still wouldn't put him among the highest paid players at the club. "It's just a shame he's being treated like this." Potential suitors may be put off by Bolton's asking price of between £4million and £5million, which Trotters boss Sammy Lee would want to fund a bid for Sheffield United's Paddy Kenny or Liverpool's Scott Carson as a replacement for Jaaskelainen.