MIDDLESBROUGH’s move for Huddersfield ace Jordan Rhodes has hit a snag.
Boro boss Chris Wilder was plotting a deal for their 32-year-old ex-forward, who fell out of favor under former Terriers manager Carlos Corberan.
Speaking of his former boss, Rhodes told SunSport in May: “He doesn’t come close to us on a human level, but definitely on a professional level.
“There are meetings before and after training every day. We also have time for one-on-one meetings.
“It is always made clear exactly what the manager wants. There isn’t a day that we don’t interact with him.”
But Town’s new gaffer Danny Schofield likes Rhodes and the veteran Scot is happy to work under him.
Rhodes played just 28 times for Huddersfield last season.
The Scot found the net four times in all competitions and played for the championship in the build-up to the play-off final.
Rhodes scored the winner against semi-final opponents Luton to become Huddersfield’s unlikely hero.
He played 23 minutes against Nottingham Forest at Wembley but failed to help the Terriers make a comeback.
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Forest won the close fight 1-0 but Town saw some penalties denied.
https://www.the-sun.com/sport/football/premier-league/5743268/middlesbrough-jordan-rhodes-huddersfield-transfer-exclusive/ Middlesbrough transfer move for Jordan Rhodes in trouble with new Huddersfield boss Danny Schofield, a striker fan