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Owls striker Morrison in demand

Wednesday striker Clinton Morrison is attracting the interest of a number of clubs after his future at Hillsborough was recently thrown into doubt.

Reports from the Sheffield Star suggest Morrison has rejected a loan move to npower League Two side Swindon Town - managed by former Owl Paolo Di Canio.

It comes after a bid from MK Dons was reportedly turned down because the Dons refused to increase their contribution towards Morrison's wages.

According to The Star, the Robins wage offer was acceptable by Wednesday but Morrison is understood to have rejected a move to the County Ground.

Swindon are looking for a new striker to plug the gap left by former Owl Leon Clarke, who has moved to Chesterfield following a bust-up with Di Canio.

A move away from S6 is still likely for Morrison following the arrival of David McGoldrick on-loan from Nottingham Forest. Ryan Lowe and Chris O'Grady also returned to training this week to bolster the attacking options for Owls boss Gary Megson.




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Writer: Nick Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday September 22 2011

Time: 1:23PM

Your Comments

looks like his days are numbered at s6
mick66owl
looks like his days are numbered at s6
mick66owl
would say so nick and with lowe and o'grady back dont think we need him
retfordowl1867
would say so nick and with lowe and o'grady back dont think we need him
retfordowl1867
See ya!
TheDon1974
See ya!
TheDon1974
In demand? Really?
owler
In demand? Really?
owler
maybe if he did not disrepect Megson after his goal at Charlton he would still be a squad member only im not gonna lose sleep over his departure.
garrymo
maybe if he did not disrepect Megson after his goal at Charlton he would still be a squad member only im not gonna lose sleep over his departure.
garrymo
He will just take his wages and wait until his contract expires. Hes turned down a loan move to Swindon. Talks a good game though.
leons gloves
He will just take his wages and wait until his contract expires. Hes turned down a loan move to Swindon. Talks a good game though.
leons gloves
If he was as good as he says he'd be playing for Real Madrid.
sussexowl
If he was as good as he says he'd be playing for Real Madrid.
sussexowl
 

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