Bradford City have rejected a bid from Millwall for striker James Hanson, reports the Yorkshire Evening Post.
The Lions, relegated from the Championship in the season just ended, have been understood to be admirers of Hanson but their bid did not come close to matching the Bantams’ valuation for the striker.
Bradford’s joint-chairman Mark Lawn confirmed the club had turned down an offer from Millwall for Hanson over the weekend but would not reveal the size of the bid.
Meanwhile, the exclusivity for former QPR chairman Gianni Paladini to buy the Bantams runs out on Monday. The original deadline was May 1 but the West Yorkshire club agreed to extend the deadline to allow sufficient due diligence to be undertaken.
The Italian also has to pass the Football League requirements and it is understood that he has been in talks with the governing body throughout this month.
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