ROTHERHAM United's League One rivals Peterborough United have reportedly had an offer accepted for hot-shot striker Kieffer Moore.
Reports circulating in the Peterborough Telegraph this morning indicate that Posh have had a bid of around £250,000, plus add-ons, accepted by Moore's club Ipswich Town, although it states it is not yet a done deal.
Moore spent the first half of the season on loan with Rotherham, scoring 13 times, but was recalled by the Tractor Boys on January 1.
UPDATE: Kieffer confusion as Posh appear to quash speculation
Millers boss Paul Warne has made clear his intentions of trying to sign Moore on a permanent deal and said after Monday's draw with Blackburn that the club had submitted an offer.
Peterborough director of football Barry Fry said: "We have had a bid for Kieffer Moore accepted by Ipswich.
“But there are a lot of add-ons attached which our chairman might not fancy.
“We believe Moore playing alongside Jack Marriott with Marcus Maddison supplying the crosses would be formidable in League One."
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