According to Sky Sports, Championship club Barnsley FC rejected a bid for Ghanaian international Andy Yiadom. Newly promoted Huddersfield town are looking to recruit players in a bid to retain their Premier League status next season. Huddersfield have already seen a bid rejected and are reported to be making a new and improved offer in the next few days.
Huddersfield Town to make new improved bid for Barnsley right back Andy Yiadom. Already had offer worth more than £1m rejected
— Kaveh Solhekol (@SkyKaveh) July 14, 2017
Further reports indicate that Swansea City and Queens Park Rangers are interested in signing the 25 year-old. So far only Huddersfield have made an actual bid to sign the full back.
Yiadom moved to Barnsley from Barnet last summer and has 12 months left on his contract. He has seen his stock rise as one of the best Right Backs in the Championship after 32 appearances at Oakwell last season.