NEWS that Rotherham United’s top scorer Danny Ward could be set to leave the club in the summer has sparked debate between fans online.
We broke the news that 25-year-old Ward is likely to end his two-and-a-half year association with the Millers at the end of the season, with two Championship clubs in the race for his signature.
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The former Huddersfield man has netted on 12 occassions in a season that has seen the Millers relegated to League One as the second tier’s bottom club.
Ward has often split fan opinion, with half thinking he hasn’t performed as well since the January transfer saga, in which it is believed the Millers turned down sizeable offers for the forward, while others think he has been the Millers’ player of the year in a season of struggle.
So we want to know what you think. Do you think Ward should be moved on if the price is right? Or do you think he could be the talisman of a League One promotion push, and should be kept at all costs?
Make sure you pick up your copy of today’s Advertiser for the latest on out-of-contract forward Jonson Clarke-Harris, potential target Luke Waterfall and much more.
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