Sunderland and Huddersfield continue talks with Wimbledon after bids were rejected for Jack Rudoni
Sunderland and Huddersfield continue talks with Wimbledon over a transfer for exciting midfielder Jack Rudoni after the Championship duo’s first bids – worth more than £1million – were rejected by the Dons
- Both Sunderland and Huddersfield have rejected bids for Jack Rudoni
- The two clubs will continue to negotiate with his current club AFC Wimbledon
- The talented midfielder was named Wimbledon’s Player of the Season
Sunderland and Huddersfield are set for further talks with AFC Wimbledon after their opening bid for Jack Rudoni has been rejected.
Wimbledon has turned down offers worth more than £1million, including add-ons from Championship duo Sunderland and Huddersfield for exciting midfielder Rudoni, 21.
The approaches to Rudoni would make him AFC Wimbledon’s record sales.
Jack Rudoni (left) expected to leave Wimbledon this summer for a club record sale
But although his contract expires next summer, when he can leave for free, the League Two side has put an even bigger price tag on Rudoni and are looking to squeeze more money out of Rudoni’s suitors.
Rudoni scored 12 goals and added four in 41 appearances for Wimbledon to be named Player of the Season for 2021-22.
The talented attacking midfielder was named 2021-22 Wimbledon’s Player of the Season
Huddersfield and Sunderland will now compete for his new season autographs
League One play-off finalists Sunderland and Championship play-off runners-up Huddersfield wanted Rudoni in January and have revived their interest in this window.
Luton and Millwall are also excited, while Rudoni has also been polled by Southampton and Bristol City.