HUDDERSFIELD Town are reported to have made a bid for Bournemouth midfielder Anton Robinson.
The Cherries midfielder is believed to have attracted Lee Clark's interest with his performances in the play-off semi final games.
However, according to tweets from Bournemouth Echo sports editor Neil Meldrum, an initial bid from Huddersfield Town was turned down.
Meldrum, who had interviewed Bournemouth chairman Eddie Mitchell yesterday morning, said that Barnsley were also rumoured to be interested in the player, who has just a year left on his contract.
Robinson, 25, started his career at Milwall before dropping into non-league football with clubs including Fisher Athletic and Weymouth.
He signed for Bournemouth in January 2009.
Huddersfield Town boss Lee Clark refused to be drawn on any potential deal yesterday, saying: "He's a player I'm aware of, like hundreds of other, but he's not our player so I wouldn't be in the business of commenting about him."
If Town were successful with their bid Robinson would join a growing list of midfielders made up of Damien Johnson, Scott Arfield, Joey Gudjonsson, Donal McDermott, Gary Roberts, Danny Ward, Oscar Gobern, Tommy Miller, Antony Kay, Matt Crooks and Aiden Chippendale.
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