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McDermott still keen on Rhodes?

McDermott still keen on Rhodes?

Reading are still tracking Huddersfield striker Jordan Rhodes, according to the Daily Mail.

The 22-year old's future is still very much uncertain, with a host of clubs interested in the prolific forward. Premier League side Fulham are reportedly keen on Rhodes and have tried their luck with a £3 million bid, which has been rejected. The Cottagers are keen to bolster their strike force after appearing to lose Pavel Pogrebnyak to Reading.

The Daily Mail claim that Brian McDermott will use the former Terriers loanee Sean Morrison as a part of the deal, who has openly admitted he would welcome a permanent move to the Galpharm Stadium. The Scotland international scored an incredible 40 goals last season, helping the Terriers to gain promotion to the Championship.

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Writer:Josh
Date:Friday June 22 2012
Time: 1:00PM

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Rhodes and Pog as a strike force would be a massive coup for the club
Dave the Yid
23/06/2012 08:40:00
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Agreed, Pogrebnyak with such great experience and Rhodes having a willingness to learn from him and become a better player.
Y19-Royal
27/06/2012 11:51:00
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