Date: 5th January 2012 at 6:11pm
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Rotherham United have already turned down one bid for striker, Lewis Grabban from League Two Crawley Town but it is thought that neighbours, Sheffield Wednesday, are going to put in a bid.

Crawley, who’s bid is thought to be around £120,000, are currently flying high in top place of League Two while the Owls are second in League One and are thought to be about to up the bid to around £175,000.

Earlier today, Chief Operating Officer, Paul Douglas said that the club were under no pressure to sell any of the players – so it could be a case of the Owls having their feathers ruffled.




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