Terriers tell Cottagers to get serious
Fulham have been told they will have to get serious if they are to have any chance of signing Huddersfield striker Jordan Rhodes.
Cottagers boss Martin Jol has been linked with a swoop for the 22-year-old prolific striker since the end of last season as he looks to bolster his forward line after Pavel Pogrebnyak snubbed a permanent stay at Craven Cottage to join Reading and Andrew Johnson left to join QPR on a free transfer. Reading and West Ham United have also been linked with Rhodes but Terriers boss Simon Grayson says an offer has yet to be made for the player. "Our stance hasn't changed," Grayson revealed. "It would take a serious offer to tempt us to sell. The chairman Dean Hoyle and I have spoken to Jordan about where we want the club to go. He's happy with the situation and so are we. "It's business as usual. Jordan returned for pre-season and got straight down to work."