TOWN have demanded a sell-on clause as part of Delroy Facey's transfer package to Bolton.
Chairman David Taylor opened talks with the Reebok Stadium club last night and has presented them with Town's valuation of the 22-year-old striker.
Bolton manager Sam Allardyce is at the World Cup at the moment, but club secretary Simon Marland has promised a response by the middle of next week.
"I have given Bolton a figure for Delroy and they didn't seem to be quaking over it," said Mr Taylor, who had drawn up a shortlist of six candidates for the manager's job.
"I have told them we would want a large percentage of the cash up front and a smaller amount on appearances.
"We are also looking for a sell-on clause of 20% or 25%, because if Delroy goes on to mature and reach his full potential then we don't want to miss out.
"There is no way we want to end up in the situation where Marcus Stewart went to Ipswich with no sell-on clause and immediately soared in value because of his performances.
"If Delroy does well it's only right we should receive more reward. There's nothing we can do to stop him signing for Bolton, but we want to make sure the deal is right for us."
Town will also ask for cash if Facey gets representative honours an Mr Taylor said Bolton are keen to negotiate the fee rather than go to tribunal.
On the managerial post, the chairman said nine former Town players had applied.
He would not reveal if any were on the shortlist, only that two existing managers were.
Should Town choose one of those - and I understand one in particular is a strong contender - then compensation would have to be paid.