fine if he goes will can replace him with someone who wants to play for us . i bet you didnt see it on the official site .
If players don't want to play for the club get rid of the dead wood floating,and get in players that do,although they may take time to gel.
Could you please elaborate on what you mean about 'wanting' to play for the club?
I'm sure you'd find a load of 18 yr olds and/or level 3 or 4 players that would love to play for the club. Would they bring success? probably not.
If by 'wanting' you mean players that are willing to sell themselves short(of their market value) then there isn't many of them about and you certainly need to be able to put forward an appealing vision for the club to get them to buy into it.
Bear in mind that there are many factors influencing a players decision on clubs. Its not all about ££££££ although in a short career its the greater part. There's also (among others);
Chances of game-time
Exposure to higher levels of the game
Success for the club
Quality of living in the area
The reason i ask is saying 'want to play for the club' is as exaggerted in a negative way as the overstated (in my opinion) joy that supporters show when a player signs.
For me, supporters get on too much of an emotional rollercoaster regarding signings, Those involved, or that have ever been involved in it have a more balanced grasp of it.
Also bear in mind that a player that signs has most likely just left another club, The new club obviously appears the best option for them at the time and there's nothing to say that it won't a different club when the contract ends.