Date: 30th June 2017 at 3:19pm
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Reports in the local press suggest talks are continuing between Huddersfield Town and Derby County involving the transfer of Tom Ince.

Having already had an offer of £7.2m turned down for The Rams` leading scorer last season the Premier League club are in talks over an increased bid according to the Derby Evening Telegraph. Talking to the paper about a proposed transfer manager Gary Rowett said:

‘Tom is a player that scored 15 goals last season and it is very difficult to replace that but it is also very difficult to keep a player that has an opportunity to play in the Premier League. We have set a valuation that allows us to strengthen in different ways. If a team meets that valuation then we will consider selling any of our players. We have some fantastic players and the deals have to be right for any of those players.’


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