Date: 19th June 2013 at 7:16am
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JORDAN RHODES, could be Premier League bound, if rumours are to be believed.

The former Huddersfield Town striker was subject to massive speculation last summer, whilst at Huddersfield, with reported interest from West Ham, Fulham and Blackburn.

The latter finally stumping up the asking price of 8 million pounds to secure the hot-shots signature.

Blackburn’s season was a dismal one, at best, despite Rhodes notching an impressive 26 goals in his debut season.

Blackburn would have expected, as would Rhodes, that they would perhaps themselves be in the Premier League this season but that failed to materialise.

Now the vultures are swirling Ewood Park with Rhodes firmly in their sights.

Fulham, West Brom & West Ham are all said to be leading the pack.

This news is of interest to Huddersfield fans, as if Rhodes is sold for a profit, then the Terriers could be set for a cash boost themselves, along with receiving the balance of the transfer that was originally staggered for the next few years.

So stay tuned, the Rhodes saga continues for a second summer in a row!