Doncaster Rovers midfielder Ben Whiteman appears a man in demand this January transfer window with both Preston North End and Queens Park Rangers linked with a move for him.
According to the Lancashire Evening Post, North End have already been in contact with Doncaster over the availability of the player but, as things stand, no agreement has been made over any potential fee involving the player.
Indeed, he has two and a half years left on his current contract at the Keepmoat Stadium and, therefore, will command a bit of a fee at least, should he leave the Yorkshire club.
Quoted by the Doncaster Free Press over the weekend, meanwhile, manager Darren Moore confirmed that, up to now, there had been no concrete offer for the midfielder, despite the speculation.
Indeed, clubs in the past that have been interested have been short of Donny’s valuation and, given the time he still has left on his contract, they are in no position where they need to sell.
QPR, meanwhile, are also keen – as relayed by West London Sport – as they look to add to their midfield options.
The R’s and Rovers have already struck up lines of conversation over Joe Lumley and a potential longer stay in Yorkshire on loan from the Hoops, so perhaps they’ll be looking to use that relationship and snap up Whiteman.
Time, though, will ultimately tell and you feel that unless a bid comes in that Doncaster feel is of value to them, there will be no move here this month.