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£3M Jack Hunt bid rebuffed

£3M Jack Hunt bid rebuffed

JACK HUNT has been the subject of interest from Premier League sides, with 6 confirmed scouts at the Terriers last home game against Birmingham City.

Swansea, Wigan & Reading are all understood to be monitoring the flamboyant young right back, with Championship Cardiff also sniffing around.

Hunt made his 100th appearance for Huddersfield in the 1-1 draw with Birmingham and is contracted with Town until 2014, with The Terriers having the option of a further year.

Hunt was also named in last seasons PFA League One team of the year.

History would suggest that Hunt will not be departing in January, previous years have seen Chairman Dean Hoyle hold onto his star players until the season finale for example Anthony Pilkington, lee Peltier and then of course Jordan Rhodes all completing the season with Huddersfield despite reported interest at the respective times.

Hunt spoke to the Yorkshire Post about the speculation:-

"It is nice to hear those things. It shows you are doing a good job and people are watching you.'

'As far as I am concerned, I am a Huddersfield Town player trying to play well on the pitch and get three points for the club."

"I have had quite a lot of stick (for the paper talk) in the past week.'


Hunt is set to start for The Terriers on Saturday at Watford.

Question is would you cash in now, or would you rather keep him at Town for at least the remainder of the season?

Vote in our poll now!



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Writer:Terrier24
Date:Saturday January 19 2013
Time: 12:05PM

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think its safe to say he will be gone in the summer, hope we keep him till season end though
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19/01/2013 12:57:00
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