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Fans are waiting to see whether Sean Scannell and Danny Ward remain at Huddersfield Town beyond tonight’s 11.00pm transfer deadline.

While the club are scouring the market for a striker and a centre-back, interest has been shown in the wide players.

Both are in the final year of their contracts, and Championship rivals Millwall have lodged a reported £200,000 plus add-ons bid for Scannell.

But the 23-year-old is due to train at PPG Canalside this morning and at this stage, the club say there is no indication he wants to leave Town.

Former Crystal Palace man Scannell has enjoyed working under stand-in manager Mark Lillis, and featured in Saturday’s 4-2 defeat at Watford.

 

And sources within the club suggest that as soon as he made clear he had no desire to depart, the brakes were put on any potential deal with Millwall.

Town last week knocked back a bid by Wolves to take Ward, also 23, on a free transfer.

There have been tentative approaches from other clubs at both Championship and League I level.

And Town are waiting to see if any of them are firmed up today.

It’s possible the likes of Matt Crooks and Jordan Sinnott could go out on loan, following Duane Holmes, who has gone for a stint at Bury, and Jake Carroll, who has joined Partick Thistle.

Jake Carroll in action for Huddersfield Town
Jake Carroll in action for Huddersfield Town
 

Holmes came on as a substitute as Bury beat Accrington Stanley 2-1 in a League II Lancashire derby at Gigg Lane.

And Carroll played the full game as Partick went down 2-0 against Aberdeen in their Scottish Premiership clash at Pittodrie.

Stand-in manager Mark Lillis said of Holmes’ move: ““As academy manager, I know Duane and I believe he needs this loan spell.

“This is a great opportunity for Duane to go out play first team matches regularly.”