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Rotherham United boss slaps a hefty price tag on star man

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Rotherham caretaker boss, Paul Warne, has issued a hands off warning to clubs interested in star man Danny Ward by placing a £5 million price tag on him, reports the Sheffield Star.

Three clubs have tabled bids for the Millers hitman but all have fell below Warne’s valuation of Ward, so they were all knocked back.

Huddersfield Town, QPR, Ipswich Town, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Sheffield Wednesday, Cardiff City and Derby County are all believed to be huge admirers of the striker but they could be put off by the hefty £5 million price tag.

It is believed that Rotherham are desperate to keep hold of their star striker this month and they will not sell him unless someone submits a huge offer.

Rotherham are embroiled in a relegation battle, so it comes as no surprise that the vultures are circling and trying to pick off their better players, but without Ward, the Millers chances of beating the drop will be significantly worse.

With Rotherham cut adrift at the foot of the Championship table, attracting players to the New York Stadium could prove to be a battle if they sell Ward, so they need to keep hold of what they have.

Rotherham fans… Is £5 million a fair price for Ward in the current market? Are you glad to see Warne issue a hands off warning? Let us know your thoughts below!


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