Peterborough United have rejected a bid from Dundee for Jack Baldwin, according to PeterboroughToday.
The 24-year-old could leave the Posh this summer after being placed on the transfer list. He has been the subject of interest from Scottish Premier League side Aberdeen but it is Dundee who have made the move for him.
Peterborough want a fee of around £200,000 for Baldwin so Dundee will have to up their offer if they are serious about landing him over the coming weeks.
Baldwin played 43 games for the Posh last season in all competitions but they are keen to offload him this summer as they enter a period of transition in the hope they can gain promotion to the Championship next season. They have already brought in the likes of Rhys Bennett and Matt Godden and sold players like Chris Forrester.
Baldwin started his career at non-league side Faversham Town before he was snapped up by Hartlepool United in 2011. He went onto become a key player for Hartlepool despite being a youngster and played 85 games for them.
Peterborough signed Baldwin in January 2014 for £500,000 and he has become a key player for them ever since, but may have played his last game for them.
Dundee is a potential destination for Baldwin if they up their offer. They will be playing in the Scottish Premier League again next season and he would be a decent acquisition for them.