It looks like the English Championship side Blackburn Rovers will have to look elsewhere in their search for a new left-back as they are set to miss out on signing Manchester United's Young defender Brandon Williams. The young England international star has been attracting a lot of interest lately after his brilliant debut campaign for the Red Devils but he has since not been featuring in any games for the club as there is now a lot of competition for places in the team. He can play in both the left-back and right-back positions but with Luke Shaw and Alex Telles (on the left) & Diogo Dalot and Aaron Wan-Bissaka (on the right) battling for a starting spot, it's hard for him.
Three Premier League teams want to sign Blackburn Rovers striker Adam Armstrong this summer though the asking price from the English Championship outfit could put an end to a transfer before it has even started. The report from English media outlet the72 stated that Southampton, Norwich City and West Ham United are all interested in signing Armstrong from Blackburn Rovers this summer.
Lancashire Live stated that Blackburn Rovers initially slapped a £25m asking price on Armstrong and that the transfer fee put off the Premier League trio keen to sign the former Newcastle United attacker. Blackburn Rovers have since revised the asking price to £15m.
Blackburn Rovers hitman Adam Armstrong has revealed that he has no regrets about how his Newcastle United career ended and that he's enjoying his time with the English Championship club. According to him, his Blackburn Rovers move is the best decision of his career. Armstrong made this known in a chat with the official website of Blackburn Rovers.
Armstrong, 24, has been the major source of goals at Blackburn Rovers since he made his move from Premier League outfit Newcastle United three years. He came through the youth system at Newcastle United but didn't really get the chance to show his quality at the club.
While football clubs are trying to identify the best players they wish to sign as the summer transfer window continues to loom, they are also aware that they need to try all they can to keep hold of those players they deem important and can help them reach their goals ahead of the new season. That being said, Championship side Blackburn Rovers look set to be one of those clubs that are set to lose one of their best stars in the person of Adam Armstrong.
The striker has been sensational for Rovers in the Championship this season and has already scored 24 goals in the current campaign. Having been on 21 goals before their most recent league fixture against Huddersfield Town over the weekend, the star man netted an impressive hat-trick to reach the tally 24.
One of the best feelings a football fan gets comes when they hear that their club is linked with a great player. That's the current state of most West Ham United fans, who have been left buzzing and in glorious excitement about the news of the Hammers boss David Moyes potentially bringing Blackburn Rovers striker Adam Armstrong to the London Stadium.
Moyes has been clamoring for a top striker at West Ham and has reportedly told the club's board of his desire for them to get him a great candidate for that position. The reports initially emerged in the past week that Moyes had been eyeing a potential transfer for the striker, but that it was nothing really concrete. However, according to Claret and Hugh, the interest is more concrete than earlier reported, and West Ham will reportedly try to make a move for the striker in the summer.
Blackburn Rovers Ladies have confirmed that up to three players have secured their future and signed
fresh contract agreements that will see them remain at the club for at least the next year and six
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Part of the three players to have commuted their future to the club is vice-captain Natasha
Fenton. The midfield superstar is the longest-serving player at the club and has decided to continue her
stay as she claims that she feels at home.
Blackburn Rovers have made a big transfer coup following the signing of a Premier League defender. The English Championship team recently announced the transfer of young defender Jarrad Braithwaite. The English centre back has joined Blackburn Rovers on loan for the remainder of the season and he would help ease the ongoing defensive crisis at the club.
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Blackburn Rovers have several players out in defence at the moment and the loan arrival of Jarrad Braithwaite is a welcomed development. Blackburn Rovers manager Tony Mowbray has had to use midfielder Bradley Johnson in defence due to the long-term injuries to several defensive players.
Harvey Elliot left Liverpool to join Blackburn Rovers on loan in the summer and has displayed some great performances for his current club. The 17-year-old midfielder has brought along with him, some raw creativity and astonishing talent as he looks to help Rovers climb up the table.
Before leaving Liverpool, The Reds boss Jürgen Klöpp already made public his admiration for the youngster who is filled with lots of energetic potentials. The Lancashire club have brought in a gem of a player who seems to know what it takes to flourish from a very young age.
Blackburn Rovers have been thrown into a reflective mood following their 3-1 loss to league leaders Leeds United over the weekend. Many had expected them to bounce back to winning ways following a string of poor results.
Corry Evans has admitted that it will be a very big disappointment if the season did not resume or if it did not get a regular conclusion. Blackburn were in a great position when the season had to be suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic. The team was just three points away from the top six positions with 27 points to play. As a result, the team had the momentum necessary to get back into the play-offs and compete for a return back to the top flight. Now, however, the season has been suspended and the potential date for resumption has been pushed back with every week.