Date: 29th July 2011 at 4:25pm
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Blackburn Rovers are the latest club to have a bid rejected for Dundee United’s in-demand striker David Goodwillie.

The offer from the Ewood Park club is understood to be worth around £1.7m and was submitted on Thursday evening.

However, that is still some way short of United’s £2m asking price for the 22-year-old Scottish international who scored nineteen times last season.

SPL champions Rangers and Blackpool have already previously failed with bids.

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2 Replies to “Blackburn fail in Goodwillie bid”

  • Rovers fan here, as the name suggests. What are your thoughts on Goodwillie? Do you think he has what it takes to make it in the PL? I have seen him a few times and he looks to be a decent player, but the EPL is a big step up from the SPL.

  • He is due at Ewood for his medical today so we will soon seeif he will be the only striker to be signed, when the window closes.
    I hope we have at least one other, higher profile, striker due to sign soon. Having 3 strikers less now, than we did last season

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