Leeds United are rumoured to be preparing a bid of £1.5 Million for Steven Caulker.
The defender was supposedly at the centre of a substantial bid from an unknown Scandinavian team, thought to have been Rosenburg, only a few months but it seems that he has now caught the eye of the Yorkshire club who are looking to strengthen at the back for this season.
With Caulker out of contract next summer, it would seem that if this type of bid was to be made, the club would more than likely agree to it.
The English transfer window closes tomorrow and with Celtic the only other club in Scotland that could realistically afford the one-time England cap, there could be more to this story as the hours count down.
Interestingly enough, Yorkshire Evening Post's chief football writer Phil Hay was asked on Twitter bout there being any truth in the Caulker rumours and replied, “I don’t think so.”
Caulker has only been at Dens Park for six-months and even though it would be a blow to lose the player, the fans are hoping that any sale will see the board freeing up money for McCann for replacing him and also adding to other areas of the park that we are lacking.
The Scottish transfer window however remains open until August 31st.