Date: 21st August 2007 at 8:35am
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Swindon Town have had a £125,000 bid for Wycombe’s Jermaine Easter rejected by the League 2 club.

Swindon Town manager Paul Sturrock is keen to sign a striker ahead of the transfer deadline after an injury to Barry Corr sidelined him for the first 2 months of the season.

Town have been lacking firepower up front and see Easter as the main to solve their striker crisis.

Town may have a problem though as many Championship clubs are after Easter`s services as well as the MK Dons who are rumoured to have tabled a £675,000 bid.

According to the Western Daily Press Wycombe rejected Swindon`s offer as derisory and will think about making an improved offer for the highly rated Welsh International.


 

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