Rumour Riot!


There’s been no transfer activity from the Rams but, as yet, apart from the termination of young duo Stefan Galinski and Kane Richards’ contract there has been no action. Please note that these are rumours (below) from other sources, not by myself so please don’t credit or slate me as a source for these transfer rumours!

There’s been plenty of speculation about Derby’s teenage sensation Will Hughes. Today rumours have been doing the rounds in a number of different sites and newspapers. The Daily Mirror have suggested that Manchester City will look to offer £6 million plus players for Hughes after making a ‘firm inquiry’. Whereas The Sun say that the Premier League champions are keen to sign him for £7 million. It’s believed that Man City assistant manager David Platt watched the 17-year old take on Brighton on Saturday. Arsenal, Tottenham, Fulham and Liverpool have all been linked with the midfielder in recent times.

Nothing has been confirmed regarding Will Hughes, with the club saying they’re not looking to sell but will be more of a force in the transfer market – pushing for bigger fees and not selling for pitons. Today the youngster expressed his delight at the recent snow:

Rumours suggest that right-back John Brayford could be on the move to Cardiff City. The Rams are thought to be holding out for a fee of around £2 million after reportedly rejecting smaller bids. One rumour says that Burton Albion, Brayford’s first club, will get a 20% sell on fee if he does make the move.

Other reports:

Daily Star: ‘Championship sides Leeds and Derby are both chasing Dagenham & Redbridge left-back Femi Ilesanmi.’
Sky Sports and the Daily Mail believe that Derby are interested in Bournemouth striker Wes Thomas.
Nigel Clough has made a slight hint that Nathan Tyson or Theo Robinson could leave on-loan/permanent this month. Tranmere, Millwall and Bournemouth have been linked with Tyson.

Liverpool full-back Jack Robinson is interesting Derby for a loan deal.

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