Doncaster Rovers: Darren Moore comments on link with Nottingham Forest striker Daryl Murphy
Dpmcaster Rovers have been linked with a move for veteran Nottingham Forest striker Daryl Murphy.
But boss Darren Moore has refused to be drawn on speculation.
“We've been linked with him and a host of others because of his availability,” he said.
“Daryl is a great player, seasoned pro and I can understand why we've been linked with him.
“But me revealing who we've been linked with would be wrong.”
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The East Anglian Daily Times reported earlier this week that Rovers were among a group of clubs that approached Forest to check on the availability of the 36-year-old.
Burton Albion and Bolton Wanderers have also reportedly shown interest while a return to his former club Ipswich Town is rated as unlikely.
Murphy has netted 103 goals in 452 career appearances - and made 32 appearances for Forest last term.