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Rovers Second Bid Rejected


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Rovers have had a second bid for Robbie Savage turned down by Birmingham City, despite the player submitting a transfer request and being dropped for last nights game against Bolton. A game that Bolton won 2 – 1 at St Andrews.

Rovers are reported to have increased their bid for the 30-year-old player by 33%, making the deal worth around £2.5 million.

A Birmingham supporter stated on BBC Radio Wales this morning that whilst he wouldn’t like to see Savage leave the club, many of the Birmingham supporters were annoyed regarding the transfer request, backing Steve Bruces decision to drop Savage for last nights game. He even went to suggest that maybe Savage should be dropped to the reserves until the matter is resolved.

Meanwhile a representative from www.brfcs.co.uk told the radio station that Rovers supporters would welcome Savage to Ewood Park, however this should only occur if the price was right. The representative stated that whilst he would be happy to see Savage at the club, the club should not be held to ransom by a Birmingham exorbitant transfer fee.

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