TOWN have been linked with Dagenham and Redbridge left winger Dominic Green.
The 19-year-old was at the Galpharm to see Saturday’s 3-1 defeat by MK Dons after the League II side gave him permission to hold talks with an unnamed club.
In a statement on their website, the Daggers said: “After several enquiries and two verbal offers which were rejected, the club has received a firm written offer for Dominic.
“The size of the offer is one that the club feels is a realistic compensation, and in keeping with our policy, (manager) John Still informed Dominic of the interest.”
The statement confirmed that Green was keen to hold talks and that he had been given permission to miss Saturday’s game (a 1-1 home draw with Port Vale).
The Londoner, who joined Dagenham in 2006, had played in all three of this season’s matches before Saturday’s, scoring once.
He has made five starts and 10 substitute appearances in total and had a spell on loan at non-league Thurrock last season.
Boss Still said: “Dominic is one of those players who is exciting and can influence a game. He showed against Chester what he can do with a free-kick and it doesn’t surprise me of the interest.
“A number of clubs have spoken to me about him but only one has, in my opinion, been realistic, and if Dominic decides to leave, then I wish him every success.”
Talking about signings, Town chairman-elect Dean Hoyle said in Saturday’s programme: “We have another one on the way at the moment. We’ve agreed a fee and he just needs to agree personal terms.”