In official news, Jordan Rhodes has signed on with Championship side Sheffield Wednesday on a loan deal till the end of this season. The Scotland international striker was heavily mooted to depart the Premier League side this January window and finally managed to find a route out in the form of Sheffield Wednesday. The former
According to reports, Aston Villa are interested in signing Middlesbrough’s Jordan Rhodes. The Villans are reportedly looking at a swap deal where they exchange Jack Grealish for the Scotland international forward. As reported by the Daily Star: “Rhodes, 26, has barely featured for Middlesbrough this season, making just two top-flight starts for Aitor Karanka’s side.
According to reports, Aston Villa have submitted a bid to land Middlesbrough’s Jordan Rhodes. The Scotland international forward has struggled for game-time this season at Boro. As reported by The Mirror: “Aston Villa have submitted a formal offer for Middlesbrough striker Jordan Rhodes. Villa boss Steve Bruce was hoping to land the Scotland international on
The £8 million spent by Steve Kean on a player who had never played higher that the third division raised plenty of eyebrows, but the Scot has proved he can be one of the great British strikers of his generation It is often said that, in the enticing world of the football league,a player always
After Blackburn’s hapless owners Venky’s finally lost patience with Steve Kean seven matches into this season, the decision was made to turn to Henning Berg, former centre-half at Rovers and fans’ favourite, charged with the unenviable task of guiding the Lancashire club back to the Premier League at the first time of asking by the
There is no doubt that there was plenty of attention focused on Blackburn last term, mostly for the wrong reasons. Protests were constantly made at Ewood Park for the removal of Steve Kean as manager and following the club’s relegation from the top flight, most people expected Rovers to finally remove Kean from his position.
Jordan Rhodes has today finalised his move to Blackburn Rovers in a record breaking deal for Huddersfield. The bid, rumoured to be £8million, was Blackburn’s fifth bid for the Scottish international this summer until the Terriers reluctantly accepted the offer. The 22-year-old joined on a five-year-deal as he aims to help Rovers return to the