Bristol City and Wigan have been linked with moves for Josh Mullin, with £250k bids reportedly being plotted (Scottish Sun).
The winger has been a key player for Ross County over the past two seasons. He’s helped them get out of the Championship and is now one of their key attackers in the Premiership.
County are desperate to keep a hold of one of their star men but Bristol and Wigan could bid this month according to the report.
Adjustment impresses suitors
14 goals and 21 assists last season in the Championship alerted interest according to the report. How Mullin has adapted to top flight football though has really peaked English interest.
County know the lure of English football may be too hard to turn down reportedly. They’ve already lost one star in recent times to the EFL, with Jamie Lindsay moving to Rotherham last summer.
Michael Gardyne is injured long-term whilst Ross Stewart is already carrying an injury. To lose yet another winger would be another blow for Stuart Kettlewell and Steve Ferguson.
They’ll be hoping Bristol City and Wigan don’t fully formalise any interest they may have.