Sunderland and Huddersfield have fresh bids rejected for AFC Wimbledon playmaker Jack Rudoni

Sunderland and Huddersfield have both seen new bids rejected for AFC Wimbledon midfielder Jack Rudoni.

The two Championship outfits are understood to have made fresh offers at the end of last week.

The South London Press has been told that four clubs have made bids for Carshalton-born Rudoni, 21, but Wimbledon’s valuation of one of their prize assets has not been met.

The Dons are under new management with Johnnie Jackson taking charge this summer and their promotion prospects would be boosted by keeping hold of their leading performers – Rudoni, Ayoub Assal and Luke McCormick.

But there is a feeling that at least one of the clubs courting Rudoni will eventually hit the figure that sees a move happen.

He scored 12 goals and got five assists, an impressive return considering Wimbledon’s woeful campaign which ended in relegation from League One.

Rudoni reported back for pre-season training on time and has conducted himself professionally as his situation rumbles on.

 

 

 


 

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