Huddersfield tell West Ham that Rhodes is not for sale

Huddersfield Town have said a simple NO to West Ham United in regards to red-hot striker Jordan Rhodes.

Huddersfield Town have said a simple NO to West Ham United in regards to red-hot striker Jordan Rhodes.

The 21-year old Scotland international has netted 20 goals in League One this term and has subsequently attracted plenty of interest from clubs in higher divisions.

Hammers boss Sam Allardyce has confirmed the club have asked about Rhodes but have not failed in an initial bid of around £3million which has been reported.

"Jordan Rhodes has only been an enquiry, not an offer or a bid by any stretch of the imagination," Allardyce told Sky Sports News HD.

"And we have had a straightforward 'absolute no', 'not for sale' from Huddersfield Town so that's out of equation.

"That was just an enquiry to see what the situation was and nothing more than that.

"I don't think so. He is the main man for them to get them out of that division. This young lad is their main goalscorer,” Allardyce added about pushing for him further.

"I suppose if the bid was big enough they would have to think about it, but I don't think we have that sort of money."

 
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