ROTHERHAM United are still waiting to hear whether their move for striker Jon Macken has been successful—while interest in Izale McLeod has wavered for the time being.
Manager Ronnie Moore has made an offer for the experienced Macken, out of contract after his release from Barnsley, but as yet there has been no comeback.
Speaking after last night's Carling Cup defeat at Peterborough, Moore said: "Him and his agent are speaking to us and to Bradford. We have put a bid in and we'll just have to wait and see what happens. The ball is in their court. You can't go and twist his arm and say 'sign for us.'
"We've asked the question and it's down to him."
On Charlton striker Mcleod, Moore added: "We have spoken to his agent and spoken to the player.
"We have done a little bit of homework and we would have liked to have a look at him and have him in (on loan) but at this present time they (Charlton) do not want to do that so at the moment it's a no go."
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